The governor offered a 25% discount for those who make early payment of the land use.
A bill for an act to criminalise the importation, selling and usage of generators in Nigeria scaled the first reading on the floor of the senate.
The DG of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Muda Yusuf, has stated that equity financing is the way out of Nigeria’s debt.
Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has condemned the Nigerian Senate’s decision to approve President Muhammadu Buhari’s loan request.
No less than 42 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Lagos have shut down due to challenges posed by the harsh business environment.
The LCCI has projected that consumer demand and private sector investment would continue to remain weak in 2020.
Francisco Carlos Soares Luz has disclosed that Brazil is willing to boost Nigeria’s agribusiness sector with $1 billion over the next three years.
Several foreign exhibitors spoke about the effect of the border closure on the on-going Lagos International Trade Fair organised by the LCCI.
Babatunde Ruwase has urged the government to create the right economic policies that will boost investors' confidence in the country.
The LCCI has called on the NCS and the ONSA to consider opening the borders for exhibitors coming to the fair from other West African countries.