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Commerce Boss Sees Progress In Liberian Businesses
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Commerce Minister,  Axel Addy




Commerce Boss Sees Progress In Liberian Businesses
By Calvin Brook

MONROVIA, June 29 (LINA) - Commerce Minister Axel Addy has said that the Liberian business community is progressing from one stage to another with commensurate development of the country’s business sector.

Minister Addy attributed this to the enabling environment being created by Government for Liberians and others to invest in the business sector, noting that this would ensure rapid economic growth.

The Commerce Minister made statement over the weekend when he launched
the Liberia Business Directory at a local hotel in the Monrovia suburb of Sinkor.

He said the business directory would give the location of various businesses across the country and provide an easy access for Liberians and foreign investors to locate particular businesses in Liberia.

He stressed that the business directory will also provide a unique opportunity for Liberians to get information about the kinds and types of businesses operating in the country.

Meanwhile, Minister Addy is calling on Liberians to take advantage of the prevailing opportunities in the country and get involved in the business sector.

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