Group photograph of SON, SMEDAN and SMEPA officials during the study visit to SON HQ, Abuja

TRADING Nigeria through SMEDAN and Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON), has commenced the strengthening of ties with the with the Republic of Cameroon on the development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in both countries.

The initiative is also to facilitate seamless exchange of goods and services between both countries in conjunction with the Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion Agency (SMEPA) and the Standards and Quality Agency (ANOR) both of Cameroon.

These indications became apparent during a working visit of SMEPA representatives to SON Corporate Headquarters led by officials of the SMEDAN as part of a study tour to Nigeria.

DGM, SMEPA-Cameroon, Ewusi Mbongo Eric said they came to study SON structures in supporting MSMEs in Nigeria for replication with ANOR in Cameroon and also to address recurring enquiries from MSMEs in Cameroon on regulatory compliance required for seamless trading with Nigeria.



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