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Nigeria, Singapore seal talks on direct air links, medical tourism

by Business News Report

Nigeria and Singapore have sealed talks on opening up direct air links between both countries and leveraging on each others competitive and comparative advantage for a mutually beneficial trade and investment relationship.
The two countries have agreed to collaborate in the areas of medical tourism, capacity development, skills acquisition and enterprise development, among others, while putting machineries in motion for investment guarantee and a fair taxation regime.
The agreements were reached at a meeting between the Nigerian Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr. Olusegun Aganga, and the Singaporean Minister for Trade and Industry, Mr. S Iswaran, on the sidelines of the Nigeria-Singapore Business and Investment Forum in Singapore.
Aganga said direct air services (links) between Nigeria and Singapore would provide a good foundation for unrestricted business movement and growth, in addition to a mutually favourable trade and investment relationship between both countries.
“Once we open up the links, the people will follow and businesses too. Nigeria is a large country in its region and there are a lot of opportunities. Singapore is also an important gateway

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