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28 March 2017

Polish-Nigerian cooperation - the gaining momentum

“The Polish-Nigerian relations have recently revived", said Krzysztof Senger, executive vice-president of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, while opening a meeting with the Nigerian business delegation. “Polish business is already present in the Nigerian market. An example of this is Navimor, involved in the construction of a shipyard in Lagos”, noted Mr Senger.

The Nigerian delegation visiting Poland consists of the representatives of Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Steel Raw Materials Exploration Agency, the Council for Renewable Energy Nigeria, Chemtech Group and the Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office.

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Nigeria is the second largest economy in Africa. Poland exports mainly grain, motor vehicles, car parts and accessories to Nigeria. Both countries continue the cooperation in the defence industry. The Nigerian army bought Beryl rifles from the Weapon Factory Łucznik-Radom.

(fot. PAIH)

The Nigerian market creates opportunities for Polish companies from mining, energy IT sector (coal mines, coal power plants, power lines, refurbishment of existing power plants, use of biomass and biofuels), as well as marine, agri-food and defense sectors. (PAIH)

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