FEDERAL MINISTRY OF TRADE AND INVESTMENT

Parent Organization: FEDERAL MINISTRY OF TRADE AND INVESTMENT

Type: Ministry

Principal Officers

Dr. Kigbu Dauda

Permanent Secretary

Quick Information

The Ministry

Past Officials of the Ministry

Finances
  • Staff size n/a
  • Revenues (IGR) n/a
  • Budget Allocation () ₦13,518,601,587.00
  • Recurrent Expenditure ₦11,318,601,587.00
  • Capital Expenditure ₦2,200,000,000.00

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Areas of statutory responsibilities and functions

Formulate and implement policies and programmes to attract investment, boost industrialization, increase trade and exports and develop enterprises

Promote trade and investment with special emphasis on increased production and export of non-oil and gas products that will lead to wealth and job creation, poverty reduction

Ensure enhanced service delivery in a manner that will stimulate the growth of the domestic economy for self-reliance and export and its integration into the global market taking full advantage of globalization

 

Agencies
  1. Abuja Securities and Commodities Exchange
  2. Bank of Industry (BOI)
  3. Consumer protection Council
  4. Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
  5. Industrial Training Fund (ITF)
  6. Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria
  7. Nigeria Export Processing Zone Authority (NEPZA)
  8. Nigeria Export Promotion Council (NEPC)
  9. National Automotive Council (NAC)
  10. National Sugar Development Council (NSDC)
  11. Oil and Gas Free Zone Authority
  12. Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON)
  13. Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN)
  14. Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC)
Departments
  1. Trade
  2. Commercial Law
  3. Industrial Development
  4. Weights and Measures
  5. Investment Promotion
  6. Finance and Accounts
  7. Policy, Planning, Research and Statistics
Addresses/Contact info of offices in all States and in FCT

Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment
Block H
Old Federal Secretariat
P.M.B 88
Garki
Abuja

info@fmti.gov.ng



09-2341884