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The 2023 World Trade Center Abuja Maiden Edition: Nigeria Trade Competitiveness: Imperative for Growth

The 2023 World Trade Center Abuja Maiden Edition: Nigeria Trade Competitiveness
Presents

The Maiden Edition of its Webinar series.

NIGERIA TRADE COMPETITIVENESS; IMPERATIVE FOR GROWTH

This 90-minute webinar will explore the factors behind building and launching a successful trade market and it will help unleash the fact that trade is not just a major vehicle of globalization and engine for growth, but a key facilitator in the enhancement of global competitiveness.

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Trade is adjudged as a vehicle of globalization and an enhancer of competitiveness. Competitiveness has become synonymous with the measure of performance or the potential of an economy. The state of a country’s competitiveness projects its long-term growth and economic prosperity. According to OEC, Nigeria ranked 148th globally in terms of GDP per capita (current US dollars), 50th in terms of total exports, 48th in terms of total imports, and 125th in terms of economic complexity in 2020. Even with perceived improvements in terms of trade and global interactions, Nigeria is still far off the mark in regard to the visible impact on the nation’s wellbeing.

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What You Will Learn

This webinar will explore the factors behind building and launching a successful trade market and it will help unleash the fact that trade is not just a major vehicle of globalization and engine for growth, but a key facilitator in the enhancement of global competitiveness.

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Key Note Speaker: His Excellency Otunba Niyi Adebayo

Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment

The Objective of the Webinar Will Be: 

  • To highlight the necessary changes in policy, regulations, and practices needed to support Nigeria’s trade volume and exports 
  • To discuss Nigeria’s trade position and ponder on the key priorities for World Trade Center Abuja (WTC Abuja).
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Outcomes of the Event

  • A position paper on the key priority for Nigeria’s competitiveness in trade. 
  • Engagement with the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment and the policy making Agencies to follow up with the implementation of the recommendation from the webinar.

Participants

Private Sector Companies; Government Ministries and Agencies; Industry Associations.
February 14
16:00 WAT / 10:00 ET
1 hour 30 Mins

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