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Oxford Business School signs MoU with LCCI

by Goddy Ofose
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Oxford Business Group, OBG, has announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Under the agreement, the LCCI will team up with OBG to produce the school’s first post-pandemic analysis of Nigeria’s investment opportunities and economic development and other related content.

The plan is for Nigeria to put the private sector at the heart. It will also look in detail at the key sectors of the country’s economy with high growth potential and will also consider the important role earmarked for public-private partnerships in supporting Nigeria’s infrastructure development with major projects such as the Lekki Free Zone and the Lekki-Epe road, among others.

The openings that are expected to emerge from the African Continental Free Trade Area will be another focal point, with in-depth analysis provided on the potential that the initiative holds for boosting exports and fostering new trade partnerships.

The MoU was signed by  the Country Director, OBG, Wen Qian Chang, and  the Director-General, LCCI,  Chinyere Almona. While commenting after the signing,  Almona said the  OBG new report was coming at a time when Nigeria was looking to the private sector to unlock the potential of key legislative reforms put in place in recent years.OX

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