German business group seeks compliance to reduce conflict

May 21, 2019
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The Nigerian-German Business Association, on Tuesday, set an A.G.E.D.A. for business owners and operators in Nigeria to help them increase their profit margins, contribute meaningfully to the GDP and reduce the conflict between regulators and businesses.

The big event was held in collaboration with The Nation newspaper.

The theme of the event is : The Imperatives of Regulatory Processes, Procedures and Compliance in the Nigerian Business Sector.

Addressing over 300 representatives of business ventures and other stakeholders at the Landmark Event Center, Victoria Island, Lagos, the Director General of the Association, Mr Gbenga Adebija said, there was need for business owners and operators in the country to follow the laid down principles and the guidelines set up by the government to end the unstructured and relatively chaotic business environment and erosion of business margins.

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