The International Chamber of Commerce Nigeria (ICCN) has urged the Federal Government to address the bottlenecks at the nation’s borders and seaports to enhance trade and investment in the economy.
The President of ICCN, Mr Babatunde Savage, made the appeal on Friday night in Lagos at the chamber’s Annual Award and 80th Anniversary celebration of the ICC Marketing and Advertising Code in Lagos.
Savage said that businesses needed adequate power supply, effective communication facilities and free movement of people and goods to thrive.
He said that there was need for Nigerian Government to forge strategic alliances with governments of other African countries to tackle hindrances to business growth.
Savage said that resolving bottlenecks that impeded trade would promote cross border trade and reduce operational cost of businesses.
According to him, the mission of ICCN is to…
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