By Evelyn Okakwu
The National Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA), has said that it will pay more attention to the growth of local and foreign investments in the country.
A statement by the chamber’s president, of Mr. John Isemede, said the Chamber was prepared to use its 2014 retreat held recently in Uyo, the Acwa Ibom State capital to analyze ways of boosting local and foreign investments, in the State and Nigeria as a whole.
According to the statement; “Topics lined up for discussion include the Art of Corporate Governance, Modern Chamber Administration and Interpersonal Relationships as a Means of Achieving Business Success” The retreat which was tarred “The role of chambers of commerce in an
emerging economy like Nigeria” was also meant to cover issues bothering on the Art of Corporate Governance, Modern Chamber Administration and Interpersonal Relationships as a means of achieving business success, among others.
The statement further adds that “Members shall use the opportunity of the retreat to document areas of Investment interest in the state that would be made available to the chamber’s numerous local and foreign contacts.”