Home » Commerce and Industry

Commerce and Industry

DACCIMA Trains 50 Youths On Agric. Ventures


The Delta Association of Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (DACCIMA), said on Sunday that it trained 50 youths in the state in various agricultural ventures. The President of DACCIMA, Mr Simon Asite, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Warri. Asite said that the training was to complement the youths development programme ...

Read More »

Trade: FG Calls For Standard Packaging Of Made-In-Nigeria Products

The Federal Government on Monday called on industrialists and investors to evolve a quality and standard way of packaging Nigerian products for acceptability in the international market. Mrs Bolashade Yemi-osan, Permanent Secretasry, Ministry of Information, made the call at the opening ceremony of United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) four-Day Media Workshop with the theme: “Concept of Quality in Nigeria’’, ...

Read More »

LCCI To Expose Potentials Of Nigerian Economy Beyond Oil At 2015 Trade Fair

President LCCI Alhaji Remi Bello

Chris Uba The Chairman, Trade Promotion Board of Lagos International Trade Fair (LITF), Dr Michael Olawale-Cole said this year’s fair was aimed at repositioning the Nigerian economy beyond oil. Olawale-Cole said this on Monday while addressing newsmen in Lagos. Olawale-Cole also said that the fair would give priority to exposition of the creative industry in Nigeria. According to Olawale-Cole, the ...

Read More »

VW Scandal May Backfire On Diesel


Tony Awunor with agency reports Volkswagen’s worldwide pollution-cheating scandal threatens to backfire on diesel, the fuel that powers most new cars in Europe and is defended by manufacturers as a vital means to curb global warming. Diesel spews out less heat-trapping carbon dioxide than gasoline, the industry argues, but without sophisticated controls, it may also emit harmful levels of poisonous ...

Read More »

Diversifying Nigeria’s Revenue Base Through Export


The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) recently identified 13 National Strategic Export Products (NSEPs) to replace oil in an effort to diversify the nation’s revenue base. The council, on its website, stated that it was part of efforts to address the quest to increase the basket of exportable products from Nigeria following the dwindling oil revenue. It stated that the ...

Read More »