Nigeria now more open to foreign investors – Jonathan

( Abuja — President Goodluck Jonathan said on Tuesday in Abuja that the Federal Government was implementing policies and measures to encourage greater participation of foreign investors in Nigeria.

Jonathan stated this in an audience with the new Croatian Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Ivica Tomic, who was at the Presidential Villa to present his Letters of Credence.

The President said  Nigeria’s economy was now more open to direct foreign investment in different areas.

He said that the Federal Government would welcome the improvement of economic relations between Nigeria and Croatia. Jonathan  wished Tomic a successful tenure in Nigeria.

The new Ambassador told the President that about 1,000 Croatians were currently working as expatriates in Nigeria’s oil and construction Industry.

He said that Croatia was very keen in expanding areas of bilateral cooperation with Nigeria.

The envoy, on behalf of his government, invited President Jonathan to visit Zagreb at his earliest convenience.

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