Nigeria plans to float export trading company as a major intermediary in its efforts to boost non-oil exports and support the economic diversification agenda of the government. Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria Export Promotion Council (NEPC), Mr. Segun Awolowo said the proposed export trading firm and related national aggregation centers are, among other projects, aimed at boosting export.
He said President Muhammadu Buhari had been investing in the economy despite earning less from oil, citing the N350 billion released to pay exporters’ backlog through promissory notes and the recent release of N50 billion to the NEPC to cushion the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on export businesses, among others…
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