FG targets five years for 40% increased demand for made in Nigeria automobiles

September 30, 2021 The Eagle Online 0 Comments

The Federal Government has expressed commitment to boosting local demand for new made-in-Nigeria automobiles by 40 per cent in the next five years, to enhance the benefits of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).

Francis Anatogu, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Sector matters and Executive Secretary, National Action Committee on AfCFTA,  stated this at a virtual interactive session in Lagos.

The interactive session was organised by Coronation Merchant Bank, themed: “Leveraging AfCFTA opportunities – The road ahead”. Read More.

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