The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce has restated its commitment to strengthen the existing bilateral trade relations between Nigeria and the United States.
Director-General of NACC, Joyce Akpata, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Lagos.
Akpata said the chamber would ensure the actualisation of its plans to remove the trade barriers between both countries toward expanding trade and commercial ties, jobs and wealth creation.
According to her, for over 58 years, NACC has served as an important catalyst in bringing together people and ideals to bolster bilateral and commercial relations between both countries.
She said the chamber would leverage on its connections to ensure maximum utilisation of current programmes to promote trade and investment, including optimal utilisation of African Growth and Opportunity Act.
Akpata said the chamber would inaugurate Otunba Oluwatoyin Akomolafe as its 18th President on December 14.
Akpata added that Akomolafe would champion promotion of business and services to improve trade relations and prosperity of both nations, through programmes and services to enhance economic prosperity and sustainability of businesses.