‘To grow Nigeria’s non-oil export, policy makers must walk the talk’
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating effect on global economy and Nigeria is not exempted. The economy is just emerging from the impact of three months of total inactivity.
Nigeria looking forward to a non-oil export-oriented economy, says trade minister
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Richard Adeniyi Adebayo has said that the Federal Government is currently looking forward to a non-oil export-oriented economy.
‘How improved regulations can aid non-oil export growth’
Identifying non-oil export as a leading priority for sustainable economic development, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has urged managers of the Nigerian economy to streamline the fragmented regulatory environment and enforcement framework inhibiting the growth of the non-oil export sector.
FG provides only N5.12bn for N1.2tr non-oil export debts
Despite having a backlog of unpaid incentives for non-oil exporters hovering at about N1.2 trillion, the Federal Government will this year, honour only N5.12 billion of such debts based on provisions made in the 2019 budget.
‘Nigeria to reap benefits of non-oil export through value-addition’
Worried that many finished goods being imported into the country were from raw goods exported to other countries, one of the operators linking exporters...
Experts canvass measures to boost non-oil export through AGOA
Nigeria’s current economic situation, particularly the disparity between naira and U.S. dollar present huge opportunities that must force government and stakeholders to boost non-oil exportation through the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), experts have said.