Lagos - Nigeria and the United Kingdom are optimistic of raising bilateral trade volumes between the two countries by about £800 million this year.
The volume of trade transactions between the two countries is expected to hit £8 billion (about N2.1trillion) by the end of this year, reports Daily Trust.
Dr Dalhatu Sarki Tafida, Nigeria's High Commissionerto the UK, who disclosed this at the opening of a two-day UK and Nigeria bilateral trade and investment conference, said the amount would be an increase on the £7.2 billion recorded last year.
He attributed the growth to the good working relations between Nigeria and the UK.
Read more at Daily Trust.
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