• en

China-Nigeria Business Forum Boosts Bilateral Trade, Draws Over 200 Chinese Firms

Tuggar has highlighted the importance of Nigeria-China relations and crucial role of business exchanges in boosting economic growth and diversification.

The China-Nigeria Business event in Beijing, China has pulled over 200 Chinese Companies indicating a strong into in Nigerian economy.

The Forum which held on Friday in the Chinese capital was part of activities to welcome Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Ambassador Yusuf Tuggar to the Asian country.

This event aimed to facilitate increased bilateral trade and investment, and foster business match-making to deepen economic ties between Nigeria and China, with over 200 Chinese companies participating, showcasing strong interest in Nigeria-China collaboration.

Key Nigerian dignitaries were in attendance, including: Aisha Rimi, CEO @nipcng, @KSHalilu, CEO, @NASENIHQ; Oluwaseun Fakuade, @seunfakze, Commissioner for 

@MISDEEkiti (representing Governor Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji @ekitistategov; and prominent figures from the Nigerian Private Sector: Dr. Adegboyega Oluwarotimi Austen-Peters, Bolanle Austen-Peters 

@bolanleap of @TerraKulture, Dr. Ademola Sogunle of @StanbicIBTC, Bruce Ayonote, of Suburban Fibre, Tunde Hassan-Odukale of Leadway Holdings, Olusegun Alebiosu of 

@FirstBankngr, and Jawad Saleh Mustapha of Renecon Energy Ltd.

In his keynote address, Tuggar emphasized the importance of the longstanding relationship between Nigeria and China, and the critical role of such business exchanges in driving economic growth and diversification.

He said: “As my visit progresses, I look forward to participating in the Nigeria-China Intergovernmental Committee meeting, and the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Dalian, further solidifying our partnership with China.

Michael Olugbode

Follow us on: