LCCI HOLDS MEMBERS’ DAY EXHIBITION AND NETWORKING FORUM

3 September, 2019; Lagos, Nigeria: The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), the premier Chamber of Commerce and a leading voice in the organized private sector (OPS) in Nigeria, is set to hold the 2019 edition of its annual Members’ Day Exhibition and Networking Event. The annual business event is aimed at providing a…

LCCI, ICRC PARTNER TO DEEPEN SOCIAL INVESTMENT IN AFRICA

LCCI, ICRC PARTNER TO DEEPEN SOCIAL INVESTMENT IN AFRICA 11 September, 2019; Lagos, Nigeria: The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), the premier Chamber of Commerce and a leading voice in the organized private sector (OPS) in Nigeria is in collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross to hold a Sensitization Forum…

COMMENTS ON THE CENTRAL BANK POLICY ON MILK IMPORTATION

The commitment of the CBN to the backward integration agenda of the Federal Government is laudable. However, it is important that in seeking to achieve this objective, the sequencing and strategy must be right. The policy will do more harm than good, both to investors and the citizens. It would trigger avoidable disruptions and dislocations…

Special Press Briefing On The Agenda For The New Government By The President of LCCI, Mr. Babatunde Paul Ruwase, FCA held on 5th March 2019

INTRODUCTION I welcome you all to this special press briefing which is to set an agenda for the administration of President Muhammed Buhari, GCFR in his second term. The past few months have been characterized by uncertainty which had affected investors confidence and caused a deceleration in the tempo of economic activities. Investors were worried…

LCCI President’s Interview with Oxford Business Group on The Report: Nigeria 2019

Babatunde Paul Ruwase, President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, gave an interview to Oxford Business Group (OBG), the renowned consultancy and publisher of economic reports as part of the research undertaken for The Report: Nigeria 2019, the most recent report from the group on the economy of Nigeria. Amongst other topics, Paul Ruwase shared…

LCCI Kicks Against The Nigeria Postal Commission Bill 2018

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry [LCCI] wishes to express its deep reservations over the Nigeria Postal Commission Bill currently before the National Assembly. We submit that the bill is inimical to private sector investments in the Courier business; it is a negation of the Ease of Doing Business Agenda of the Federal Government…