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Kia Sorento: Kia plans to produce 25,000 vehicles per year in Lagos, Nigeria.

Kia to produce 25,000 vehicles per year in Lagos, Nigeria

Kia Motors Nigeria has made good on its promise to start production of vehicles in Nigeria with the inauguration of the Kia assembly plant in Lagos.

Nigeria's President-Elect Muhammadu Buhari. Photographer: Stringer/AFP/Getty Images

Buhari pursues cabinet to boost Nigeria's economy and battle Boko Haram

Muhammadu Buhari’s election victory over an incumbent president was unprecedented in Nigerian history.

Nigeria: Racing ahead with ambitious infrastructure plans

Nigeria - Racing ahead with ambitious infrastructure plans: This is Africa/Financial Times (Infographic & Report)

Nigeria is a country of vast economic opportunity. It famously became the biggest economy in Africa in 2014, after an economic rebase almost doubled the size of its gross domestic product (GDP). At about $510bn, its economy is now bigger than South Africa’s (and among the top 30 in the world).

The IVM G5 by Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing (IVM)

Innoson Unveils First Made-in-Nigeria Cars

When Nigeria, on October 3, 2013, announced the introduction of a new automotive policy aimed at discouraging the importation of wholly assembled automobile and encourage local manufacturing …

Olusegun Aganga, Nigeria’s Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment

Volkswagen planning new auto assembly plant in Nigeria: An interview with Segun Aganga, Nigeria's Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment (Video)

Volkswagen is in talks with the Nigerian government to establish an auto assembly plant in the West African country in December.

Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director, Jovago

Online businesses fueling Nigeria's economy: Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director, Jovago

The Managing Director of online hotel booking platform Jovago, Marek Zmyslowski, at the ongoing 3rd EU-Nigeria Business Forum has stated that online businesses have contributed to the growth of the Nigerian economy.

Olusegun Aganga, Nigeria’s Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment

Nigeria's improving investment climate: Segun Aganga, Nigeria's Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment (Video)

Nigeria continues to have the potential to be a major player in the world economy.