Abuja - The trade volume between Nigeria and France is expected to hit about N2.098tn in four years with the launch the Nigeria-France Trade and Investment Council.
Currently, the two-way trade volume is valued at N1.049tn, reports ThisDay
President Goodluck Jonathan and French president, Francois Hollande signed the launching of the council on the sideline of the Centenary celebrations in Abuja.
The council will be co-chaired by Hassan Odukale, Vice-Chairman of the Nigeria-France Chamber of Commerce and Chief Executive Officer of Leadway Assurance and Lionel Zinsou, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of PAI.
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