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 NIC Concludes Investment Outreach in London, United Kingdom

London, September 14, 2017-The National Investment Commission (NIC) led a delegation of public officials and private sector actors to London, the United Kingdom, to promote Liberia’s investment potentials in energy, infrastructure and agriculture. The outreach was funded by the British Embassy in Liberia and Overseas Development Institute (ODI). Over thirty (30) British and international investors were in attendance.

The delegation made a compelling case for British and international investors to consider Liberia for investment through presentation and discussions. Liberian entrepreneurs revealed they were opened to forge business partnerships with British firms.

Honorable George Gyude Wisner, II, Executive Director of NIC, headed the delegation comprising of Honorable Axel M. Addy, Minister of Commerce and Industry; Dr. clearance Moniba, Minister of State without Portfolio and Head of the President’s Delivery Unit; Honorable Sam Russ, Deputy Minister of Operations at the Ministry of Lands, Mines, and Energy, and Honorable Stephen Towain Marvie, Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Other members of the delegation included Mr. Quinton A. Tunis, Director of Investment Promotion and Mr. Saye K.M. Dolo, Sr. Investment Promotion Officer of the National Investment Commission respectively.

Four (4) prominent Liberian entrepreneurs also formed part of the delegation. They were Mrs. Leelai Kpukuyu, Secretary General of the Liberian Business Association (LIBA); Mr. Momo T. Cyrus, CEO of Segal, Ms. Marcia Sumo, CEO of Modern Image Consultancy, and Mr. Joe Gene Mulbah, CEO of Muson Inc.

His Excellency, Dr. S. Mohammed Sheriff, Liberian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, encouraged British firms to invest in Liberia because the country was on an irreversible path to growth and development.

His Excellency David Belgrove, British Ambassador to Liberia, testified to the enormous strides Liberia is making in securing a prosperous future for its people, and encouraged British firms to support Liberia’s economic recovery drive by investing in the country.

The National Investment Commission’s current mandate is to promote Liberia’s many investment opportunities, attract and support the growth of value-adding foreign direct investments, and advocate for and strengthen the domestic private sector.

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