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Shigeyo Nishizawa

25 Oct 2019
As Nigeria continues to recover from its economic downturn, Japanese businesses have expressed interests in deepening investments in the country by exploring new opportunities for backward integration.
7 Nov 2018
In a bid to improve its investments in Nigeria, no fewer than 30 Japanese companies are seeking new linkages and partnerships with operators in the nation’s real sector at the this year’s Lagos International Trade Fair (LITF). According to Japanese exhibitors, such linkages will help address the dwindling trade relations between Nigeria and Japan as…
25 Oct 2018
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) has stated that more Japanese investors have announced plans to increase their participation at the Lagos...
29 Jun 2018
Worried that continued infringement on rights of investors’ intellectual properties may limit inflow of investments in the country, the Japanese government has sought...

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