We’ll be more of producers with ‘Trade Nigeria’ – Buchi George

United Nations Ambassador and President of the FOW World, Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George has revealed that their latest project ‘TRADE NIGERIA’ will make Nigeria a country of producers and less of consumers.

Speaking at Federal Capital Territory Abuja, he said that the aim of the project is to improve both internal and external trade in the country adding that if the goals of the project are achieved, Nigeria will be seen globally as a country with lots of products and services to offer the global market.

Hon. Buchi George added that trade often fails because the producer has not identified the right market and with ‘Trade Nigeria’, buyers and sellers will brought under one roof for business to be done with ease.

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Trade Nigeria which is in partnership with the Ministry trade Commerce and Industry; the Presidency; Globe Chamber Of Commerce and Industry as well as Transnational Trade and Commerce Centre, will organize a joint trade missions to Australia, Turkey, Japan, Korea and a Joint Nigeria Trade Mission.

“Trade Nigeria is a global showcase for all industry stakeholders and its reputation alone attracts a vast international audience. It provides the most diverse range of exhibitors from core sectors of the trade industry: Business, Investment, Economic Exchange, Manufacturing Technology, Trade, and Commerce”

“With over 1500 exhibitors from all over the world, it’s a very effective and efficient way to meet with potential customers and suppliers” Buchi George said.

He further stated that ‘Trade Nigeria’ is not just a plan, but a project which has recorded results so far, with more on the pipeline. He then called on well-meaning Nigerian and international business men to join in the project to ensure that the goals of making Nigeria a trade superpower is achieved.

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“We have already achieved Investors/Delegation meet and greet; Nigeria Joint Trade Mission Power and Renewable Energy Exhibition; Nigeria Joint Trade Mission’s Commerce and Business Round table Meeting; Mining Business Investment in Nigeria by Investment companies and Public Private Partnership (PPPA) Initiative, Building Economy for Mutual Benefit to all the countries involved and many more” he added.

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