Manufacturers Association of Nigeria
Again, MAN warns government against signing EPA
MAN President, Dr. Frank Jacobs, while making the position of the association known to the Federal Government, stated that EPA will stifle existing manufacturing industries as they will become uncompetitive because...
Nigeria will lose $1.3trn to EPA – MAN
Nigeria may lose up to 1.3 trillion dollars in revenues if it signs the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), the Manufacturers’ Association of Nigeria (MAN) has said.
Look inwards, save manufacturing
President of MAN, Dr. Frank Jacobs, has, however, lauded the CBN’s action, and expressed confidence that with such a concession, manufacturers may be able to do more in the country.
MAN seeks reduction of interest rates, review of export scheme
According to the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), reflating the economy would be achievable if government creates a special interest rate regime for manufacturers at a single digit rate of not more than five per cent.
‘50 firms shut down over restriction on raw materials’
With government sustaining its restriction on some items used as raw materials in the manufacturing sector, no fewer than 50 industrial firms have shut down operations with many more struggling to stay ...
Real sector’s dwindling fortunes and a nation’s growing army of dependants
The reality of the situation in which Nigeria finds itself has raised more fears amidst low expectations, both among operators in the real sector and consumers.
Manufacturers, franchisers argue over gas billing disparity
Worried by the irregularity in the charges of its franchisers for gas consumption in the industrial clusters, the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), has expressed concerns over the use of new flexible foreign exchange ...
Government to appeal ruling on electricity tariff
Jubilation by consumers over Wednesday’s court ruling nullifying the recent electricity tariff increase has been cut short as the Federal Government says it will appeal the judgment.