THE Leather and Allied Product Manufacturers’ Association of Nigeria (LAPAN) at the weekend stated that the Export Expansion Policy (EEG) has impacted negatively on its members’ businesses.
In a memorandum submitted to the House of Representatives Committee on Trade and Investment, Chairman, Board of Trustees, LAPAN, Bashir Ibrahim Danyaro, the group faulted claims that more jobs have been created due to the implementation of the EEG policy.
LAPAN argued: “There is the argument that the beneficiary ...
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