Diversifying Africa’s Largest Economy - Minister's speech at the 4th WTO China Accession Roundtable

Modernizing and Growing the Nigerian Economy through African Trade Integration and CFTA Negotiations

Statement By Dr. Okechukwu E. Enelamah, Honourable Minister
For Industry, Trade And Investment, Nigeria, At The Launch Of The National Committee For The Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) Negotiations: Abuja, April 20th, 2017

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2015 Africa Industrialisation Day

2015 Africa Industrialisation Day

Members of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Council (TUC) and IndustriALL Global Union demostrated at the 2015 Africa Industrialisation Day

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1st Official Day in Office

1st Day in Office

The Honourable Minister; Dr. Okechukwu E. Enelamah and the Honourable Minister of State; Mrs Aisha Abubakar received a warm welcome as they official resumed office

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1st Official Day in Office

FMITI Vision Statement

Our Vision at the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade & Investment is to promote economic growth, create jobs and generate wealth

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  The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Alhaji Aminu Aliyu Bisalla has been selected for the conferment of the 2016 National Productivity Order of Merit (NPOM) Award.
    In a letter conveying notification of the award to Mr. Bisalla by the National Productivity Centre, the Permanent Secretary was told the investiture comes up on Tuesday 21st February, 2017 at the Grand Ball room NICON Luxury Hotel at 8 a.m.
    The award investiture is expected to be conferred on Mr. Bisalla alongside other Awardees by the President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Mr. Muhammadu Buhari on that date.

"No nation grows without developing and expanding its productive base, the current administration will strive to create a conducive environment for domestic and foreign trade and investment, especially focused on the non-oil economy. We are committed to improving the ease of doing business in our country. We will pursue our industrial policy learning from our own experiences and that of others. We will continue to partner with other countries and international organizations like WTO to achieve win-win economic growth and improve the welfare of our people."

Dr. Okechukwu E. Enelamah speaking at the 4th WTO China Accession Roundtable

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