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Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme Has Potentials to Attract Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria

A foreign direct investment (FDI) is a purchase of an interest in a company by a company or an investor located outside its borders.

As a successful businessman, philanthropist and an accountant of high repute who has over the years built a successful career in the UK, am convinced that he has so much connection around the UK and has a very high potential to attract Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria.

Dubai attracted Dh15.9 billion ($4.3bn) in foreign direct investment from 378 projects in the first nine months of 2021 as the emirate’s economy continued to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

“Dubai has continued to introduce and implement initiatives that improve business confidence,” Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the emirate’s Executive Council said.

Why and how possible is this? And the answer is not far fetched.

Global investors have placed their faith in Dubai’s business ecosystem, making it among the most attractive FDI locations in the world.

Therefore if foreign investors can have faith in someone or country they will definitely invest in our country too.

Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme has the potentials to attract Foreign Direct Investment and so much more.

Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme is committed to pursuing policies that effectively sustain a growth-oriented business environment.

As a successful banker, entrepreneur and philanthropist, foreign investors will be prone to have more faith in him and in return this will attract more development in our country mostly Enugu state.

Global flows of foreign direct investment have been severely hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, they fell by one third to $1 trillion, well below the low point reached after the global financial crisis a decade ago.

This is a major concern, because international investment flows are vital for sustainable development in the poorer regions of the world. Increasing investment to support a sustainable and inclusive recovery from the pandemic is now a global policy priority. This entails promoting investment in infrastructure and the energy transition, in resilience and in health care.

Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme is the answer we seek in this regard.

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