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Manufacturers call for increased forex allocation to Industrial sector
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Manufacturers call for increased forex allocation to Industrial sector

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Image result for Manufacturers call for increased forex allocation to Industrial sector Manufacturers have described the current $567.31m allocated to the industrial sector by the Central Bank of Nigeria in the month of January as a drop in the ocean.

The President, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Frank Jacobs, said this in Lagos.

The CBN said last Thursday that it disbursed $2.83bn for the importation of equipment to the real sector of the economy between December 2016 and January 2017.

Providing a breakdown of the allocation, the Acting Director, Corporate Communications Department, CBN, Isaac Okorafor, stated that $609m and $228m were released for raw materials’ importation in December and January, adding that the manufacturing sector got $53m and $71m for raw materials, respectively in the period.

In the automotive sector, the Chairman, Nigeria Automotive Manufacturers Association, Tokunbo Aromolaran, said his firm did not get any forex.

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