US agency praises Nigeria’s economic policies
The United States Nigeria Council (USNC) has expressed satisfaction that the positive economic developments taking place in Nigeria would encourage investors. It also backed the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) monetary policy that is driving the country’s economy.
Ambassador Terence McCulley, USNC Chairman, said on Thursday in Lagos at the annual executive spring dinner in Washington, U.S., on
The CBN governor urged U.S. companies to take a closer look at the new dawn in Nigerian economy, by investing more in the country. Also speaking, Stuart Symington, U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, echoed the optimism for Nigeria’s progress by assuring the CBN governor of more U.S. companies’ presence in Nigeria. Mr Emmanuel Okeleji, Founder, SeamlessHR, said that the USNC partnership had greatly impacted on Nigeria’s economy in terms of job creation, food security and ICT development. Partnering with leading Nigerian and U.S. companies can greatly accelerate our growth, and thus job creation in Nigeria,” he said. USNC is dedicated to strengthening commercial and business ties between the United States and Nigeria. The council builds and supports long-term business partnerships between U.S. and Nigerian companies that drive innovation, entrepreneurship, technology transfer, job creation, and economic growth in both economies.