FG Set To Commence Focused Labs To Boost Economic Growth

FG Set To Commence Focused Labs To Boost Economic Growth

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Added by November 19, 2017

Following the Federal Executive Council’s approval, the Ministry of Budget and National Planning is set to organize focused labs.

These labs would be used to bring together relevant stakeholders in the public and private sectors into weeks of intensive working sessions to brainstorm on practical steps to overcome any identified challenge in the implementation of the country’s Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP).

According to a statement signed by Akpandem James, Special Adviser (Media) to the Hon. Minister of budget and National Planning Udoma Udo Udoma, the labs will serve as an effective tool for ensuring robust engagement between the public and private sectors to resolve challenges within a specified sector.

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