Dr Yusuf emphasized that the government should ensure there is a smooth transitioning to the new tariff pricing regime.
LCCI has called on the National Assembly to hasten the passing into law of the Petroleum Industry Bill.
The LCCI has stated that Nigeria's inflation rate will continue rising following Covid-19 disruptions and poor economic trend.
The LCCI has stated that COVID-19 restrictions cost MSMEs in Lagos the sum of N2.7 billion.
The LCCI has signed an MoU with the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry to boost trade between both cities.
Toki Mabogunje has urged governments at all levels to put in place measures to revamp the paper and pulp sector in the country.
LCCI has advised the Federal Government to fix structural issues to reduce production and operating costs for investors.
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.