Investors Get 24 Hours Access To Register Business

Investors Get 24 Hours Access To Register Business

The Federal Government plan to give  investors who intend to register their businesses in the country 24 hours access to do so. The Minister of Trade and Investment, Dr. Olusegun Aganga confirmed.

Aganga spoke recently at the ground breaking ceremony to flag off construction of Procter&Gamble's  plant in Ogun State.

Aganga, who represented President GoodLuck Jonathan at the event, said it was part of federal government's initiative of industrialising the nation, and making her the hub of investment in Africa.

He said, "The government now have industrialisation plan. We have also established competitiveness committee to help us in this regard. We have embarked on national tax reform which has culminated in national tax policy and we will also make it easy for businesses to be registered in 24 hours. For serious investors, we will also have Visa application processing in 24 hours."

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