It has been revealed that Nigerians spend about $14 billion on generator and fuel yearly in order to prevent their businesses from crippling.
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.
The LCCI has projected that consumer demand and private sector investment would continue to remain weak in 2020.
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.
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) said the closure of Nigeria's borders is causing more damage than good.
Industry experts have advised the CBN to consider consulting stakeholders before effecting the ban on access to forex for milk importers.
The LCCI has reacted to World Bank’s plans on disbursing another fresh loan of $2.5 billion or N767.3 billion to Nigeria.
Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s list of Economic Advisory Council.
The LCCI has advised CBN to curb multiplicity of exchange rates, a development it argued could send negative signals to investors.
The merger of the Finance, and Budget Ministries under the preview of Zainab Ahmed has attracted more worries from stakeholders who are concerned about the ripple...