Armenia’s aim for billion-dollar export sales over the next 10 to 20 years in several activities that, if properly leveraged through effective investment promotion which could help concretize the economic revolution promised by the country’s authorities should inspire Nigeria.
Current trade and technological conflicts between the world’s largest economies are reviving trade protectionism. At the same time, non-tariff measures (NTMs) and trade-affecting regulations, have risen in recent years, according to UNCTAD data.
With the prospects that an improvement in global fisheries management can bring additional economic gains estimated at $83 billion, according to the World Bank, the most intense and critical issue on the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) round of negotiations this month is, fisheries subsidies.
Prospects for a bullish soya bean trade between the US and China are currently not bright because of their trade war. Already, the war has brought greater attention to the soya bean trade with 2019 offering conflicting narratives.
Chartered Institute of Financial and Investment Analysts, Nigeria (CIFIAN) has advised Federal Government to expand its base of consultation on the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) that it recently signed.