Wednesday, 20 November 2019 12:04

Lagos Seeks Alliance Of Gree Electric's Manufacturing Plant, China

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Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu of Lagos State visited China on tour of Gree Electric's manufacturing plant where he met with the company executives to seek alliance with the company in order to boost infrastructural and industrial Development and also enhance economic growth in Lagos State.

Sanwo-Olu posted the news on Twitter.
Below are his tweets:

Partnerships are the key to accelerating infrastructural development in Lagos at the scale that is required.

I went on a tour of Gree Electric's manufacturing plant in China in company of their leadership as we explore a strategic alliance in line with our goals for 2020.

Lagos State is committed to innovation and excellence in everything we do. We have our eyes on the ball and the Government I lead is leaving no stone unturned in ensuring that business processes are simplified enough to support investment in our state.

Beyond inviting these partners to participate in infrastructural development, we want to boost employment by bringing their manufacturing to Lagos.

The State’s Public-Private Partnership policy has been reviewed to create stress-free market access for long term investors.

Lagos state is the major driver of Nigeria's improvement on the global ease of doing business index and we want to continue to make strides in securing new partnerships as we improve the lives of our residents.

Our #2020LagosBudget has also provided for infrastructural development at a scale in Lagos we havent seen before.

We have also increased capital allocation to education and technology as we improve schools infrastructure, teachers training and hiring in the state.

As we secure strategic partnerships to boost healthcare,infrastructural development and employment, our government is solving perennial issues in Lagos.

Our #2020LagosBudget is focused on tackling flooding and drainage issues by tripling spending from N3b in 2019 to N9b.

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