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Nigeria attracts global investors following successful ministerial visit to Turkey

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Nigeria’s Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment, Doris Nkiruka Uzoka-Anite, has announced a surge in investor interest following her recent official visit to Turkey.

This update was shared on social media platform X on Monday, highlighting the outcomes of her participation in the 3rd Ministerial Meeting of the TPS-OIC Trade Negotiating Committee.

During the event, Uzoka-Anite engaged in productive sideline discussions with trade ministers from Turkey, Egypt, Indonesia, and other countries.

The conversations focused on enhancing trade relations and exploring the potential for increased investment through a new preferential trade agreement.

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In addition to these discussions, Uzoka-Anite participated in several bilateral meetings aimed at strengthening Nigeria’s international trade relationships. The culmination of her visit was marked by the Nigeria-Turkish Business Roundtable, organized by her office, which showcased Nigeria’s diverse investment opportunities.

“The Nigeria-Turkish Business Roundtable allowed me to meet with potential investors interested in various sectors, including mining, health, aviation, oil and gas, CNG, real estate, ports, hospitality, and agriculture,” stated Uzoka-Anite in her post on X platform on Monday. “We highlighted the tremendous opportunities awaiting them in Nigeria.”

The investors demonstrated a keen interest in the Nigerian market, with ongoing discussions aimed at bringing their investments into the country, she wrote, noting that this development underscores the growing global recognition of Nigeria as a prime destination for investment, driven by its strategic economic initiatives and robust trade policies.

Uzoka-Anite’s visit and the subsequent investor interest signal a positive trajectory for Nigeria’s economic growth, with significant potential for job creation and industry development across various sectors.

The minister’s efforts to attract foreign investment are poised to bolster Nigeria’s position as a key player in the global market, fostering sustainable economic development and international trade partnerships.

(Edited by Oludare Mayowa; omayowa@globalfinancialdigest.com; Newsroom: +234 8033 964 138)

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