Organized Nigerian youths to work towards spearheading import substitution.
In modern-day economics, the idea of import substitution is not far fetched. That is to say, world countries works towards deriving their economic growth from the gains of home-made goods. Likewise, series of conventions are in place for the purpose of promoting sustainable development growth. Tailored for effects, these functions are held with a number of apt-minded countries’ representatives in attendance.
In real sense, import substitution is an economic agenda for the promoting the consumption of local goods. It takes the credit in most African polities as the factor for economic bloom. Therefore, a clarion call like this should set developing countries on the sail to embrace import substitution.
Small-to medium-sized enterprises takes the acronym SMEs. As a result, these categories of enterprises work towards good industrial relations. Mergers and cartels are formed to pursue their common goals. To them, it is best if parts plays as a whole to fight a course.
In a zoom meeting, groups of SMEs meet on the need to focus on imports substitution.
Addressing the business moguls, Mrs. Alice said:
” It is with utmost pleasure that I get an invite to speak amongst great minds. The topic at hand “Import substitution” is kind of elaborate, I dare say. Without wasting much time, I saw the minutes of the previous session on marketing excellence. Several complains were made on low sales. But, are we keeping an eye on achieving imports substitution. To clarify, the government needs our support on this crux. However, as business owners there’s a need work on branding if we must dominate the markets ……….”
To sum it up, she campaigns on the values which comes with internal economics of scale. Consequently, she meant that no failing business maintains a good interior.
Meanwhile, it is right to declare that a dailydigital reporter is one of the active members of this network.
Hence, the source of the news about the SMEs is from her path.