Dried Crayfish Export from Nigeria:Made Easy

Dried Crayfish Export from Nigeria:Made Easy

Dried Crayfish is one of the foodstuffs currently being exported from Nigeria to countries in Europe, America and Asian More »

How to export Ginger from Nigeria and Make Huge Profit

How to export Ginger from Nigeria and Make Huge Profit

The demand for Ginger in the international market has gone up significantly because the root is now being used as raw material in manufacturing process. More »

Make Millions of Naira through Cashew Export from Nigeria.

Make Millions of Naira through Cashew Export from Nigeria.

The export of cashew nuts and other agricultural commodities from Nigeria is fast becoming very lucrative these days; More »

Bitter kola export business in Nigeria, Invest N80, 000 & make100percent profits

Bitter kola export business in Nigeria, Invest N80, 000 & make100percent profits

Bitter kola export business in Nigeria, Invest N80, 000 & make100percent profits More »

Start A Profitable Groundnut Oil Production Business in Nigeria

Start A Profitable Groundnut Oil Production Business in Nigeria

The high demand for groundnut oil nationwide and the short fall in supply due to the ban on the importation of the product by the federal government of Nigeria has thus make Groundnut oil production business very lucrative. More »

 

NEXIM prepares MSMEs for AfCTFA

WITH the signing of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) by Nigeria, the Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) has come up with five initiatives to create more opportunities for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)

According to NEXIM’s statement yesterday, these initiatives will double the bank’s steps towards deepening regional trade, through which it seeks to create more opportunities for MSMEs and integrate the informal traders into the formal sector.

The bank said it has since recognised that “more of Nigeria’s manufactured products are traded in the regional market, as a result, the Nigerian Export-Import Bank, few years ago, launched the ECOWAS Trade Support Facility (ETSF) to boost SMEs access to funds, increase formal trade and improve the payment system”.

“Arising from our participation at the MSME Clinics and the deeper insights into the operations of small businesses, the bank has developed a number of initiatives towards promoting the sector and enhancing its contribution to export trade,” the statement explained.

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