Nigeria set to increase trade with Ireland

Nigeria set to increase trade with Ireland

Nigerian Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh, attended talks with Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney, who is on a trade mission with 45 Irish firms this week in west Africa.

“On agri-food trade, we discussed the growing trade in exports from Ireland to Nigeria particularly dairy which alone is worth €140m last year, up 50% since 2010.

“We discussed how Nigeria can become a stronger base for Irish investment in the region. I look forward to visiting investments by leading companies such as Ornua and Kerry Group later in the week,” said Mr Coveney. The trade mission features inputs from agri- food, education, financial, aviation, energy and ICT.

“The events in Abuja confirm our view there are strong opportunities in the Nigerian market for Irish companies in a number of key sectors including education, financial services, aviation, med-tech and oil and gas,” said Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon. Read more

 

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