Business leaders were on Wednesday in
The gathering was part of a trade visit by U.S. Secretary of Commerce,
Pritzker assured the gathering that American companies would invest in countries that observe the rule of law, follow ethical standards and have good work environments.
According to her, "
She stressed that businesses must operate freely, devoid of unnecessary regulation, government interference and corruption stating that "these are the conditions that will increase confidence among international and local business leaders and encourage further investments in
"I believe that together we can, must, and will move toward strengthening our security, promote democracy, spur more trade, investment and economic opportunity to benefit Nigerian citizens," she said.
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