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Why Unilever Has Injected Over 160 Million Euros (€160m) Into Nigeria Since 2014

After investing as much as 150 million Euro ($194 million) across its Nigerian production lines in 2014, Unilever, one of the oldest conglomerates in Nigeria, has concluded plans to invest about 10 million euros (N4.3billion) in a new plant in the country, as part of its expansion in Africa’s largest economy. This hint was dropped by the Unilever Executive President/CEO, Mr. Luc-Olivier Marquet during an interview with the MARKETING EDGE team at International Convention Centre (ICC), Durban, South Africa, venue of 2017 Loeries Creative Week. The Unilever boss who delivered a powerful paper on ‘Creativity and the Role of Major Stakeholders in...

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Exploiting The Investment Opportunities In Nigerian Agricultural (Agribusiness) Industry.

Preamble: The agricultural potential of Nigeria is barely being tapped and this explains the inability of the country to meet the ever increasing demand for agricultural produce. Although the agricultural sector remains a dominant employer of labour, serious investment is needed across the board to enhance production and increase the contribution of the sector to GDP. Hence the need for local and foreign investment in Nigerian agribusiness sector.  Agricultural Industry in Nigeria is the largest sector of the country’s economy consistently contributing an average of 25% of the total GDP, employing about 70% of the total labour force. The sector accounts...

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Expanding The Investment Coast Of Mining And Solid Minerals Industry In Nigeria

Introduction: There is no doubt that Nigeria is blessed with so many mineral deposits. As at the last count, the federal ministry of mines and steel development has found over five hundred location of mineral deposit in the country and has thus far identified nine for promotion and possible development. Those identified by the ministry includes; Iron ore, Coal, Tin Ore, Bitumen, Gold, Columbite-Tantalite, Lead/zinc, Wolframite and industrial minerals. Recent policy reforms have brought the solid minerals sector to the fore. The emphasis is on encouraging massive foreign investors participation in this sector. There are tremendous opportunities for investment in the solid mineral...

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Investing In Nigeria Made Easy

Nigeria has enormous resources, most of which are yet to be fully exploited. These resources include but not limited to minerals, agricultural and human resources. With a population of about 180 million people, the Nigerian market potential stretches into the growing West African sub-region and offers the market in sub- Saharan Africa. As a result of this, the government has put in place policies and programmes that guarantee a free market economy; administrative and bureaucratic procedures have been greatly streamlined, with a dynamic private sector which has assured greater responsibilities under the new economic environment. According to www.doingbusiness.org, economies are ranked...

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Eko Atlantic: An investment Opportunity On An Unprecedented Scale

Standing on 10 million square metres of land reclaimed from the ocean and protected by an 8.5 kilometre long sea wall, Eko Atlantic will be the size of Manhattan’s skyscraper district. Self-sufficient and sustainable, it includes state-of-the-art urban design, its own power, clean water, advanced telecommunications, spacious roads and 110,000 trees....

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