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  1. Nigeria Japan Joint Trade

    NIGERIA JAPAN JOINT TRADE MISSION

    The Nigeria-Japan Joint Trade Mission powered by Globe Chamber of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with Transnational Trade and Commerce Centre has planned a trade mission Japan, tagged ‘Developing partnership for Business Growth'. The Nigeria-Japan Joint Trade Mission is an annual commitment of the chamber aimed at promoting the development of trade, commerce, investment and industrial technological relationships between the public and private sectors of Nigeria and Japan and to further drive socio-economic growth and development for all, according to a statement from the chamber. It said the six-day trade and investment mission led by the GCCI President, Buchi George, will have delegates participating in a Business-2-Business matchmaking session at the Nigerian embassy. The statement read in part, “Participants at the session will include various business leaders in the areas of project and infrastructure finance, health, tourism, agribusiness and representatives of the Nigerian Diaspora Organisation, Japan. “Delegates also visited the Centre for International Private Enterprise, an affiliate of the United States Chamber of Commerce; the US Africa Development Foundation; Foundation for Democracy, among others, for partnership and collaboration in various sectors, with focus on agribusiness, financial services, logistics, real estate, and infrastructure. “Delegates will participate in the African Trade and Investment Global Summit, which provides networking opportunities with a larger audience from around the globe with interest in Africa.” According to GCCI, the trade mission provides an opportunity for market expansion, networking, market knowledge exchange, further generating new businesses and deals. “The chamber will continue to serve as an important catalyst in bringing together businesses and ideas to bolster bilateral commercial relations between Nigeria and Japan, further fostering trade and commerce investment between Nigeria and Japan and liaising with the Nigerian government and its agencies throughout the country on trade and industry related matters,” it stated.
  2. Nigeria Japan Joint Trade

    Nigeria Japan Joint Trade Mission

    The Nigeria-Japan Joint Trade Mission powered by Globe Chamber of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with Transnational Trade and Commerce Centre has planned a trade mission Japan, tagged ‘Developing partnership for Business Growth'. The Nigeria-Japan Joint Trade Mission is an annual commitment of the chamber aimed at promoting the development of trade, commerce, investment and industrial technological relationships between the public and private sectors of Nigeria and Japan and to further drive socio-economic growth and development for all, according to a statement from the chamber. It said the six-day trade and investment mission led by the GCCI President, Buchi George, will have delegates participating in a Business-2-Business matchmaking session at the Nigerian embassy. The statement read in part, “Participants at the session will include various business leaders in the areas of project and infrastructure finance, health, tourism, agribusiness and representatives of the Nigerian Diaspora Organisation, Japan. “Delegates also visited the Centre for International Private Enterprise, an affiliate of the United States Chamber of Commerce; the US Africa Development Foundation; Foundation for Democracy, among others, for partnership and collaboration in various sectors, with focus on agribusiness, financial services, logistics, real estate, and infrastructure. “Delegates will participate in the African Trade and Investment Global Summit, which provides networking opportunities with a larger audience from around the globe with interest in Africa.” According to GCCI, the trade mission provides an opportunity for market expansion, networking, market knowledge exchange, further generating new businesses and deals. “The chamber will continue to serve as an important catalyst in bringing together businesses and ideas to bolster bilateral commercial relations between Nigeria and Japan, further fostering trade and commerce investment between Nigeria and Japan and liaising with the Nigerian government and its agencies throughout the country on trade and industry related matters,” it stated.
  3. TrainNigeria Learn Nigeria

    Transnational Trade and Commerce Centre (TTCC)

    Transnational Trade and Commerce Centre (TTCC) is an innovative, Trade, business and economic platform with the noble aim of enabling world business leaders to access opportunities into new lucrative markets of Nigeria, Africa and the world at large; it is focused on enhancing joint trade, investment and economic opportunities among nations involved while also augmenting stronger international bilateral relationships among these nations. TTCC aspires to help facilitate connections among key stakeholders, networking with peers and access to potential Business Partners, Investors and great opportunities thereby engineering a conducive atmosphere for the pursuit of commerce, industry and all other forms of economic activities which will consequently boost the growth and development of Public/Private Enterprise. The vast global business opportunities and diverse markets necessitates the role of a common mediator to act as bridge between manufacturers and consumers; buyers and sellers and importers and exporters across the globe especially as relating to Nigeria and the rest of the world, and this is the role TTCC intends to fill efficiently.
  4. onomewrites

    DEBT & EQUITY INVESTMENTS

    DEBT & EQUITY INVESTMENTS What Are the Differences between Debt & Equity Investments While both debt and equity investments can deliver good returns, they have differences with which you should be aware. Debt investments, such as bonds and mortgages, specify fixed payments, including interest, to the investor. Equity investments, such as stock, are securities that come with a "claim" on the earnings and/or assets of the corporation. Common stock, as traded on the New York or other stock exchanges, is the most popular equity investment. Debt and equity investments come with different historical returns and risk levels. DEBT INSTRUMENTS Debt investments tend to be less risky than equity investments but usually offer a lower but more consistent return. They are less volatile than common stocks, with fewer highs and lows than the stock market. The bond and mortgage market historically experiences fewer price changes, for better or worse, than stocks. Also, should a corporation be liquidated, bondholders are paid first. Mortgage investments, like other debt instruments, come with stated interest rates and are backed up by real estate collateral. EQUITY INVESTMENTS Fortunes can be made or lost with equity investments. Any stock market can be volatile, with rapid changes in share values. Often, these wide price swings are not based on the solidity of the organization backing them up but by political, social or governmental issues in the home country of the corporation. Equity investments are a classic example of taking on higher risk of loss in return for potentially higher reward. LEGAL DIFFERENCES Debt instruments, whatever they may be called, are corporate borrowing. Instead of procuring a straight commercial bank loan, the organization "borrows" from a variety of investors. This is why debt instruments, such as bonds, come with a stated interest rate, as a loan would. Equity investments offer an ownership position in the company. Owning stock makes the investor an owner of the organization. The percentage of ownership depends on the number of shares owned as compared with the total number of shares issued by the corporation. INVESTMENTS GOALS AND RISKS Depending on your investment goals, these differences may strongly influence your preferences. All investments come with risk. However, debt instruments offer less risk than equity investments. Your investing targets may favor equity investments, if you're seeking striking growth or profit potential. Conversely, you might focus on debt instruments when you prefer consistent income and less risk. Tailor your investment actions to match your objectives and risk tolerance.
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