Kaduna - The Kaduna State Government said on Wednesday that it had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an Indian investment group to boost trade and investment in the state over the next five years.
The agreement was signed on Tuesday in New Delhi, India.
Special Adviser to Governor Mukhtar Yero on Trade and Investment, Muhammed Lere, signed for the state government, while Supriya Banerji, Deputy Director-General, signed for Confederation of India Industry (CII).
The Managing Director, Durbar Global Resources Limited, Yahaya Garba, said the MoU was to strengthen trade and industry services for the economic development of the two parties
“It is to enhance economic relations and propose measures and mechanisms to promote exports on the basis of mutual interests.
Garba said the two parties had also agreed to immediately set up the institutional machinery for the implementation of the agreement.
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