China increases number of Nigerian-made goods in Chinese market

Alex Omenye
Alex Omenye

Bisola David

The Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Cui Jianchun, has declared that China and Nigeria would work together to make Nigerian goods and commodities more easily accessible in the Chinese market for the next five years.

The Times reported that the ambassador gave this promise during an interview on Saturday at a temple fair in Abuja to celebrate the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, which marks the start of the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese Zodiac’s 12-year cycle and falls on February 10.

Jianchun emphasized that there are important cultural and strategic knowledge similarities between Nigeria, a major African country, and China, the greatest economy in Asia with respect to the world economy and situation.

He pointed out that over the previous few years, trade volume between the two nations had significantly increased.

Jianchun stated that throughout his recent years in Nigeria, he has seen firsthand how the 5GIST Nigeria-China GDP Strategy has gradually come to pass.

The Ambassador emphasized that well-thought-out strategies will make it easier for substantial Nigerian products to enter the Chinese market, creating an atmosphere that is favourable to innovation.

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