The Chambers said, there were also positive outcome during discussions with major U.S. business concerns who promised to support ongoing projects in the area of development of infrastructure such as our railway network and aviation sector.
‘We welcome in particular the outcome of talks which resulted in sales of military aircrafts and equipment to enhance the fight against terrorism. Economic Trade and Foreign Investment and return of looted funds. These reported gains certainly deserve concerted and active follow up to ensure positive impact on the economy and the populace’, Lawson emphasied.
She said,NACCIMA was of the firm opinion that the visit of Buhari offers Nigeria an opportunity to review the Africa Growth and opportunity act (AGOA) which Nigeria is yet to take full advantage of.
‘Consequently as a follow up to Mr President’s visit, NACCIMA and relevant Ministries, Government Departments Agencies, and other stake holders should work in close cooperation and seize the momentum created by President Buhari to see how Nigerian industries can benefit from the AGOA. Only in this way can we say steps have been taken to give concrete expressions to the outcomes of the visit’.