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Doing Business In Nigeria – Questions Investors Ask

Introduction Doing business in Nigeria is definitely not something to be taken lightly, but it’s also not rocket science. If you have investments and business plans for Nigeria, it would be smart to have all the necessary information before beginning. There are many questions that investors ask when they are considering doing business in Nigeria. … Continued

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How to Obtain Expatriate Quota in Nigeria

Expatriate quota in Nigeria is granted by the Ministry of Interior to foreign-owned or indigenous companies. The purpose is to enable them to employ or recruit foreign employees to legitimately work and live in Nigeria. Application for expatriate quota can be made upon commencement of business or immediately after incorporation of a company and can … Continued

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How to Obtain a Business Visa in Nigeria

A business visa is one of the categories of visas issued to foreigners by the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) to travelers who intend to conduct business activities or conduct business meetings that do not constitute labour or gainful employment in Nigeria. It is issued at Nigerian embassies across the world. A business visa also applies … Continued

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Registering your Business with the NIPC

The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) was established by the Nigerian government to encourage, promote and coordinate investments in the Nigerian economy. Foreign-owned companies intending to carry on business in Nigeria are expected to register with the NIPC and enjoy some incentives provided by the government to them such as tax holidays for a certain … Continued

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Opportunities in Ghana for Nigerian Businesses

Ghana and Nigeria are the top destinations when it comes to doing business in West Africa. Both countries receive a significant portion of foreign direct investments (FDIs) entering the sub-region. Thisis particularly so in Ghana because of her stable political environment, young population, high level ofsecurity, and a growing economy despite external shocks. Most Nigerian … Continued

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