MAN has warned that the recent increase in electricity tariffs will lead to an increase in the cost of goods in the country.
One of the objectives of the AfCFTA is to promote industrial development through diversification.
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has lamented over the low rate at which local raw materials are utilized in the manufacturing sector.
Manufacturers in Nigeria have disclosed that President Buhari's request for more loan to fund the 2020 budget is a serious source of concern.
Between May and October this year, Nigerian manufacturers collectively received a total of N459.69 billion from the deposit money banks.
Industry experts have advised the CBN to consider consulting stakeholders before effecting the ban on access to forex for milk importers.
Nigeria can now extend her banking and financial services across Africa, following the signing of the AfCFTA.
Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s list of Economic Advisory Council.
As concerns continue to grow over the implementation of the new electricity tariffs across the country, a report has shown that the Nigerian power sector is...
No fewer than N246 billion has been spent by manufacturers fuelling their generators alone in the last 2 years. This was contained in a recently released report...