Nigerian Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry “NICCI” held a press conference on the 17th of August 2022, at the Lagos Intercontinental Hotel in Victoria Island. The inaugural conference, which commenced with a welcoming address from the President of NICCI, Mr Ishmael Balogun, was graced by major stakeholders and highlighted the plethora of opportunities to be harnessed through participation in the Nigerian-Indonesian Investment and Trade Forum happening in Jakarta, Indonesia from the 17th-27th of October 2022.
Trade between Nigeria and Indonesia hit $2.6 billion in 2021 as both countries have announced plans to deepen trade ties.
The president, Nigerian Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, (NICCI), Ishmael Balogun, at a press conference to herald the Nigerian Indonesian Investment Trade Forum, 2022 scheduled to hold between the 17th and 27th October 2022 in Jakarta, said the investment summit would explore investment areas where both countries can take advantage off in both countries’ bid to boost trade ties.
The president of the Nigerian Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, NICCI, Mr. Ishmael Balogun, has said that the bilateral chamber intends to use the
The Nigerian-Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is set to boost investment and trade activities between the two countries. This came to light at a press interactive session held at the instance of the chamber Wednesday in Lagos.
The Nigerian- Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is set to hold a trade forum in Jakarta, Indonesia to showcase Nigerian non-oil export potential. The
The date was the January, 28, 2022. The management of the Nigerian Indonesian chamber of commerce & Industry (NICCI) organized her inaugural monthly breakfast meeting
The Nigerian Indonesian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (NICCI) has extended an invitation to the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) to host a Trade &
The Nigerian-Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NICCI) has indicated that it would increase the volume of trade between Nigeria and Indonesia to $3.5 billion