The Director General, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) Professor Mojisola Adeyeye has sent a warning signal to all importers of substandard foods and drugs related products into the country, saying the agency will not allow the country to be a dumping ground for such products.
The Chairman of NESG, Mr. Bukar Kyari, CEO of NESG, Mr. ‘Laoye Jaiyeola, and NESG Board of Directors paid a visit to the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari (GCFR) to present the report of the 23rd Nigerian Economic Summit and the NESG 2018 Macroeconomic Outlook Report.
Despite falling into recession in 2016, Nigeria generated over N1 trillion from American businesses operating in the country. This information was revealed on Tuesday in Lagos by the American Business Council (ABC) at the launch of its first annual economic survey of the...Continue on Brandafriq Website
The American Business Council, ABC, has said United States companies operating in Nigeria have contributed over N34.4 billion to the growth of the economy through tax revenue in 2016. In a recent Economic Impact Survey carried out on the companies...Continue on Newsbreak Website
Forty-eight United States companies in Nigeria earned N1 trillion in 2016, according to a survey done by the American Business Council (ABC) in Nigeria, in collaboration with Accenture, General Electric and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). The firms, ranging from GE, PwC to Accenture, spent over N340 million within the year on training, contributing more than N34.4 billion ...Continue on Business Day Website
Director on the Board of American Business Council and Chairman of the Board of External Affairs of American Business Council was recently awarded a Doctorate at the University of Ibadan
"To be a key vehicle for expanding trade investment opportunities between Nigeria and the United States of America in the interest of its members and both countries"
"To support sustainable socio-economic reform initiative in Nigeria through public policy advocacy,promotion and implementation "
To promote the development of commerce and investments between the United States of America and the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
To provide a forum in which American business executives in Nigeria and other business executives with American interests may identify, discuss, pursue common interests affecting their activities.
To liaise with the Chamber of Commerce of the United States and other chambers of commerce and institutions pursuing similar objects, and to advocate the views of the American business community in Nigeria to public and private interests in the United States and Nigeria. Read more...
About American Business Council
A General Meeting of US Companies doing business in Nigeria in May 2005, unanimously endorsed the need for an American Business Council (ABC) which, operating like a "think tank", will focus on policy issues and practical implementation steps in support of Nigerian public and private sector leadership as well as ongoing reform initiatives in the country. It is designed to bring ABC's Nigerian based resources combined with the US support, to bear on selected issues and reform initiatives that show potential for WIN/WIN results in Nigeria's quest for stable economic development. It is envisioned that ABC will make a significant impact on the investment environment and Nigeria's future economic development.