The Chamber has grown impressively from a membership of 14 in 1888 to over 2,000 today. Since its incorporation the Chamber has continued to play a significant role in the economic growth of Lagos in particular and Nigeria in general.
Introduction On the 16th of May 2018, the National Assembly passed a budget of N9.12 trillion for the 2018 fiscal year. This budget represents a 6 percent increase over the N8.61 trillion budget proposal presented by President Muhammadu Buhari on the 7th of November 2017 before a joint session of the National Assembly...
The Federal Government have directed that effect from 1st April 2018 that all containerized import cargo destined for Nigeria must be palletized. Palletization is a method of storing and transporting goods stacked on a pallet and shipped as a unit load. It permits standardized ways of handling loads with common mechanical equipment such as fork-lift trucks.
Communique issued at the end of a stakeholders’ forum on African continental free trade agreement (AFCFTA) organized by the Lagos chamber of commerce and industry (LCCI) at the commerce house, 1, Idowu Taylor street, Victoria island, Lagos on Thursday 24th may, 2018.
Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry [LCCI]
Unlocking opportunities in the solid minerals & mines sector
Over the last 18 months, Nigeria, the largest economy in Africa by size of GDP (N100 trillion) and population (175 million) is passing through sustained and increasing economic slowdown. Receipts from its mainstay, oil export, which accounts for about 70% of government revenue