Monday, 4 February 2013

Nigeria & Indonesia Trade Volume Hit $2Billion

Indonesia’s Minister of Trade, Gita Wirjawan has said that Nigeria – Indonesia trade volume currently stands at about $2billion.

Speaking during the Nigeria–Indonesia Bilateral Trade Meeting and Business Luncheon in Abuja, the Indonesian trade minister said that a Preferential Trade Agreement between Nigeria and Indonesia would soon be concluded as part of efforts to increase trade and investment between the two countries noting that there are over 15 Indonesian companies currently operating and doing well in Nigeria.

Minister of Trade and Investment, Olusegun Aganga, who co-chaired the meeting, said that both countries would work together to double the trade volume by 2015.

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