Nigeria International Investors Forum 2010



15 Sep 2010
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The Nigeria International Investors Forum coincides with the 50th year of Nigerian Nationhood. Over the last 10 years Nigeria has witnessed sustained economic and democratic development; however the nation still faces significant challenges including bridging the infrastructure gap, revitalise agriculture and manufacturing, and rebalancing the dependence on oil.

This International Investor Forum will focus on how the private sector can partner with government in support of the national objective of becoming a top 20 global economy and in the delivery of Millennium Development Goals for the benefit of all Nigerians.
The Forum is will profile national investment strategy and focus on practical investment and business opportunities, as well as public private partnerships in the following sectors:

• Agriculture and Food Security

• Banking and Financial Services

• Power Generation and Delivery

• Roads, Railways,  Ports and Airports

• Regional and Global Trade Initiatives


• Manufacturing

Contact: Sean Leno



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