Oxford Business Group, OBG, has announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
As part of the agreement, the LCCI will partner with the OBG to produce the school’s first post-pandemic analysis on Nigeria’s investment opportunities and economic development and other related content.
The plan is for Nigeria to put the private sector at its heart. It will also examine in detail the key sectors of the country’s economy with high growth potential and will also examine the important role played by public-private partnerships in supporting Nigeria’s infrastructure development with major projects such as the Lekki Free Zone. and the Lekki-Epe. road, among others.
The openings expected to emerge from the African Continental Free Trade Area will be another focal point, with an in-depth analysis of the initiative’s potential to boost exports and foster new business partnerships.
The MoU was signed by Country Director, OBG, Wen Qian Chang, and Managing Director, LCCI, Chinyere Almona. While commenting after the signing, Almona said the new OBG report comes at a time when Nigeria is looking to the private sector to unlock the potential of key legislative reforms put in place in recent years.
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