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Nigerian govt encourages PPP in garments: Minister
04
Jan '16

The Government of Nigeria fully supports public-private partnership (PPP) in all sectors, including the garment sector, to accelerate the country's economic growth, minister of industry, trade, and investment Okechukwo Enelama has said, as per Nigerian media reports.

The minister appreciated the efforts of encouraging local garment production in the state of Abia, during his meeting with the state's governor Okezie Ikpeazu Umuahia.

He said the Federal government wants to partner with Abia to improve the economy and create employment. He appreciated governor Ikpeazu for initiating “Made in Aba” or “Made in Nigeria” products especially in the garment clusters.

He added that under the Muhammadu Buhari government will provide enabling environment for small and medium scale enterprises to flourish. (HO)

 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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