By Franklin Ocheneyi
The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce, NACC, says it made valuable inputs into the federal government’s Ease of Doing Business.
Speaking at the NACC Annual Dinner, the National President of NACC, Chief Olabintan Famutimi, said: “We have done so much in 2017, we have contributed to the government policy by hosting the ease of doing business breakfast meeting where we talked and advised the government on what to do to make business in Nigeria more comfortable and how best to attract foreign direct investment, FDI.”
According to him, the chamber has helped the SMEs in preparing them for capacity building, adding that, they have advocated, advised and trained SMEs to be export ready.
“Our one-stop desk has been helping Nigerian companies who want to export in knowing what to do so they can export to America and any part of the world because any product that is good and acceptable in America is accepted anywhere in the world,” he stated.
He noted that the potential benefits of a robust and intense FDI aimed at socio-economic growth and development thus improving the quality of life of Nigerians and increasing returns for the investors.