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Nigeria – Malta Economic Forum: Globe Chamber Of Commerce Roll Out Another Plan

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Preparing for post Covid-19 era, Globe Chambers of Commerce and Industry, has rolled out a brand new plan ‘ Nigeria – Malta Economic Forum’ for 2021. .

Nigeria – Malta Economic Forum is part of the efforts of the organization to strengthen trade between Nigeria and other country as well as Africa and other continents.

The event which is scheduled for 2021 will be joining other plans set aside by Globe Chambers of Commerce and Industry for the post Covid-19 era.

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Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George, the President of the organization said Nigeria and Malta will have a lot to offer each other, “We can learn, trade and share both technologies and strategies to make both nations better”

“It is a joint trade mission, state visit, business delegation of industry, investment and commerce to Malta. While over there, our people have a lot to learn from how they have been pulling through, and I believe it will be a wonderful experience” Buchi Georged added.

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Hon. Nwabueze, Buchi George

Nigeria – Malta Economic Forum joins the list of other events like Canada – Africa Economic Forum and Nigeria – Asia Business Forum and others halted by the effects of Covid-19 pandemic.

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Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George said; “2020 is already a rough perch for business owners, but we believe the world will heal and get over this pandemic. We’re making plans to make it easier, since one thing that has always solved trade problems is international collaborations”

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“Nigeria – Malta Economic Forum is simply one the numerous business collaboration platforms we can create as a quick recovery plan for Nigeria and other nations of the world” he added.

The event has been scheduled for 2021 and with no specific date set, Hon. Buchi George added that “things will become clearer as we move on”

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