Bank for Int’l Cooperation promises support for projects handled by Japanese companies in Nigeria

Written by on August 30, 2019

As part of his engagements at the ongoing Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development in Yokohama, Japan, President Muhammadu Buhari today held investment talks with top officials of Japan Bank for International Cooperation, and Toyota Group.

During the meeting, the Bank, led by its Deputy Governor, Nobumitsu Hayashi, indicated interest in supporting projects in which Japanese companies are involved in Nigeria, saying it had lots of resources dedicated for that purpose.

The bank said it was interested in oil and gas, and investments in infrastructure.

On his part, President Buhari welcomed the bank, informing the team that Nigeria had introduced the Ease of Doing Business, and bureaucratic bottlenecks were being cleared off the way.


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