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Africa – Asia Export Conference 2020: Trade Nigeria kicks off New Year

by OtownGist

Nigeria based International trade and Investment promoters, Trade Nigeria has kicked off for the year with a list of events that will change how Nigeria and other countries do business.

Unveiling plans for Africa – Asia Export Conference 2020 billed for Shanghai China in April, the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George, said there are more lined up for the year even before and after April.

“This big because we are working with African Union AU and the Chines government, knowing how much they contribute to global trade these days. If we can make things easier and more accessible on both ends, it will be very easy for both finished goods and raw materials to go either ways with little or no stress this year and beyond”

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“Asia and Africa are more of the emerging worlds today and we need to take advantage of the massive hunger for trade and infrastructural development across these continents. Several African countries are involved, including Nigeria, because we have come to understand that events like this create the needed platforms, not only between nations, but between organizations who need them, so they can directly plan and implement their trade and investment strategies” he said.

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The event is powered by Trade Nigeria and Biz Africa Shanghai in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment; Trade and Investment and other government agencies. Africa – Asia Export Conference 2020 has been scheduled to hold from April 25 to 30, 2020 in Shanghai China.

Speaking further, Hon. Buchi George revealed that in another move to solidify trade between Nigeria and the entire Asian Continent, Trade Nigeria is also working in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment; Trade and Investment and Department of Federal Ministry of Foreign affairs, Nigeria Embassy in Korea and Korea embassy in Nigeria to establish Nigeria – Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry during the Nigeria – Korea Economic Forum billed for February 24 to 29 2020.

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“The Korea event is part of the Nigeria – Asia Business and Economic Forum, which will also take place in China, Japan, Vietnam and Taiwan”

“we’re looking forward to a mega outing that will showcase what Nigeria is made of, with the likes of Nigerian business moguls, Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola and Tony Elumelu as speakers at the event, as well as an icing performance from our own afro-pop diva, Tiwa Savage” he concluded.

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