The 17th Nigerian Economic Summit

Structure

• Presidential Policy Dialogue with Global CEOs
• Session on Nigeria’s place in the global economy
• Session on Nigeria’s economic and Investment Agenda
• State Presentations By Governors
• Sectoral Presentations By Cabinet Ministers

  • Thursday, November 10, 2011

    Direct Engagement with Mr. President

     NIGERIA’S VISION 2020:

    A presentation by the Minister of National Planning on Transformation Agenda as a Vehicle for Achieving Nigeria’s Vision 2020.

    DESTINATION NIGERIA:

    A documentary on Investment Opportunities in Nigeria.

    PRESIDENTIAL DIALOGUE WITH GLOBAL CEOS :

    President Goodluck Jonathan will lead a dialogue with CEOs of large Global Corporations and Multinationals on Nigeria’s Economic and Investment Agenda, examining issues pertinent to foreign direct investment, opportunities and challenges in Nigeria.

    NIGERIA’S PLACE IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY:

    This session will focus on- A comparative and gap analysis between Nigeria and the BRICS as well as the next 11 countries.

    ATTRACTING FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT THROUGH GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS:

    An interactive session with Nigeria’s  financial regulators and global business leaders  to  discuss conditions precedent to the formation of  business partnerships in an emerging economy like Nigeria.

    SUMMIT OPENING DINNER

     

  • Friday, November 11, 2011

    Engaging the Transformation Team

    DIALOGUE WITH NIGERIA’S ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT TEAM:

    This interactive session will be led by Nigeria’s Finance Minister and will feature the Governor of Nigeria’s Central Bank, the head of Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission and large global investors. The focus will be sustainable implementation of the reform agenda of the Jonathan administration.

    SECTORAL POLICY DIALOGUE:

    Presentation and interactive dialogues on specific economic sectors-

    •    Power Sector- Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
    •    Agricultural and Natural Resources- Agriculture
    •    Petroleum Sector- Gas Master Plan
        Transport Sector- Rail and Ports
    •    Aviation Sector- Airports
    •    Mines and Steel Development- Solid Minerals
        Health Sector- Human Development

    SUMMIT CLOSING DINNER

    LEADERS FORUM:

    State Governors present issues on state developments, opportunities and challenges for economic  collaborative partnerships.

    CLOSING PLENARY:

    Key global business leaders and economists,  in line with globalization and regionalization trends will aim at showcasing Nigeria as a Preferred Investment Destination in Sub-Saharan Africa.

    CLOSING ADDRESS

    VOTE OF THANKS

     

  • Saturday, November 12, 2011

    Thinking Local Acting Global

    LEADERS FORUM:

    State Governors present issues on state developments, opportunities and challenges for economic  collaborative partnerships.

    CLOSING PLENARY:

    Key global business leaders and economists,  in line with globalization and regionalization trends will aim at showcasing Nigeria as a Preferred Investment Destination in Sub-Saharan Africa.

    CLOSING ADDRESS

    VOTE OF THANKS

     

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