Welcome To Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Abuja Chamber of commerce was established in August of 1986 as a Company limited by guarantee with the principal object of promoting economic and industrial development within the FCT in particular and Nigeria in general.

Abuja Chamber of commerce is a non-partisan, non-sectarian, member-funded organization solely representing the common interests of the business community and focused primarily on putting the interest of businesses in the FCT first. The Chamber is privately funded by corporations, foundations and members and therefore her energies are directed by the views and input from this community.

 
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The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has given approval to the recent cargo tariff increase being implemented by the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc (nahco aviance), the company said. NAHCO and clearing agents under the aegis of the Association of Nigeria Licenced Customs Agents (ANLCA) and the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) […]
NCAA approves NAHCO’s new charges

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International investors, dismayed by Nigeria’s decision to delay a naira devaluation they see as long overdue, will hold back from its stock and bond markets, raising risks of a deeper crisis in Africa’s biggest economy. The afterglow from March, when an incumbent president handed over power after what was seen as Nigeria’s freest ever election, […]
Investors see growing risks in naira devaluation delay

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The Association of Japanese Spare Parts Dealers in Ladipo Market in Mushin Local Government Area has decried the recent demolition of their shops by the council in the early hours of Tuesday, describing it as an act of intimidation and lack of respect for their fundamental human rights. The association made this known during an […]
Lagos Government is intimidating us – Ladipo Market traders

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The Chairman, Heirs Holdings, Mr. Tony Elumelu, has restated his commitment to the African Energy Leaders Group as it strives to encourage initiatives that will address energy challenges in Africa. Elumelu, who spoke in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire at the meeting of the AELG, also called on African economic and political leaders to increase investments and […]
Elumelu calls for more investment in energy projects

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Field reports gathered on Thursday in Abuja disclosed that multiple system collapses of transmission facilities of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has cut available electricity supply to the federal capital city to about 120 megawatts (MW). The development which has lasted for more than 24 hours as at the time of filing this report, […]
Abuja’s power supply dips to 120MW from multiple system failure