The Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority (NEPZA) has called for partnership with the Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) to unlock business opportunities and investments in Nigeria.
The Managing Director of NEPZA, Prof. Adesoji Adesugba, during a visit by the Acting Executive Secretary of NIPC, Emeka Offor, said there is urgent need for the two agencies to strengthen collaboration for wider business investment plans and to unlock the country’s economic potentials.
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Prof Adesuga, in a statement by the Head, Corporate Commission of NEPZA, Martins Odeh, explained that the agency was ready to open its various channels which included the 500 enterprises currently operating in the 42 Free Trade Zones to NIPC in order to showcase them to the world.
Speaking, Offor explained that the commission was aggressively seeking to unlock investment in the agro value chain, adding that NIPC and NEPZA should leverage existing free trade zones’ investors and enterprises within the zones to exploit the sector.