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Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by EMMAACHILE(m): 7:42pm On Aug 04, 2017
tectonotimes:

Any answer?
It depends on the commodities.
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:41pm On Aug 04, 2017
EMMAACHILE:

It depends on the commodities.
You can mention at least ten exportable commodities and the best places to source for them.
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by EMMAACHILE(m): 9:26pm On Aug 04, 2017
tectonotimes:

You can mention at least ten exportable commodities and the best places to source for them.
Yam = Benue, Nassarawa, Niger, Taraba

Sesame = Gombe, Kebbi

Soybean = Benue

Melon = Nassarawa

Cashew = Kogi, Oyo, Niger, Nassarawa, Eastern Nigeria

Ogbono = Ebonyi, Edo

Ginger = Kaduna

Garlic = Kano

Fish = Banga, Borno State; Southern Taraba and Argungu, Kebbi

Rice = Kebbi, Nassarawa

Cassava = Benue, Kogi, Anambra

You can find the name of the markets from those who know the areas in the State. Eg Benue have yams in Ugba and Zaki biam markets though it's cheaper in smaller markets like Aliade and Konshisha LGA, etc
Cashew is abundant in Ayangba, Kogi State
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:14am On Aug 06, 2017
EMMAACHILE:

Yam = Benue, Nassarawa, Niger, Taraba

Sesame = Gombe, Kebbi

Soybean = Benue

Melon = Nassarawa

Cashew = Kogi, Oyo, Niger, Nassarawa, Eastern Nigeria

Ogbono = Ebonyi, Edo

Ginger = Kaduna

Garlic = Kano

Fish = Banga, Borno State; Southern Taraba and Argungu, Kebbi

Rice = Kebbi, Nassarawa

Cassava = Benue, Kogi, Anambra

You can find the name of the markets from those who know the areas in the State. Eg Benue have yams in Ugba and Zaki biam markets though it's cheaper in smaller markets like Aliade and Konshisha LGA, etc
Cashew is abundant in Ayangba, Kogi State
Good attempt.
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:17am On Aug 06, 2017
Export Question: What are the typical services offered by banks to exporters?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:03am On Aug 07, 2017
Export Question: Why do we need a Commodity Exchange in Nigeria?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 9:16am On Aug 15, 2017
Export Question: What is Form 'M' used for?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:57am On Aug 16, 2017
Export Question: What is Letter of Credit (L/C) and its uses?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 1:59pm On Aug 16, 2017
tectonotimes:
Export Question: What is Letter of Credit (L/C) and its uses?
L/C is a very important export document
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 9:43am On Aug 17, 2017
If you are a freight forwarder, comment with your company's name and contacts.
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 1:32pm On Aug 17, 2017
Who can explain why yam is very scarce and costly in Nigeria; yet, it is being exported?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:37am On Aug 18, 2017
Export Question: How can an exporter present his or her request to a bank for export credit?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 1:24pm On Aug 18, 2017
Export Question: What are bank's usual lending criteria to exporters?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 5:46pm On Aug 18, 2017
See, export business is not as difficult as people think. It just requires careful learning.
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:36am On Aug 19, 2017
Export trade has become the main source of money for many Nigerians. Why don't you join?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 7:01am On Aug 20, 2017
Export Question: How can an exporter negotiate with a lender to obtain the most favourable terms?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 1:49pm On Aug 21, 2017
Export Question: How can an exporter improve his negotiation position with his bank?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 4:20pm On Aug 21, 2017
Export Question: How does an exporter improve his negotiation position with his bank?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:48am On Aug 22, 2017
Export Question: What are the typical commissions and fees charged by banks?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 1:09pm On Aug 22, 2017
Export Question: What are the elements of loan contracts agreement or offer letter by banks?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 4:37pm On Aug 22, 2017
Export Question: What is the most important tangible quality a company needs to succeed in exporting?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 9:18am On Aug 23, 2017
Export Question: What are the basic information usually required by banks to process export credit facility?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 1:04pm On Aug 23, 2017
Export Question: What are the relevant issues an exporter can discuss with his banker when invited for an interview?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 4:42pm On Aug 23, 2017
Export Question:
How can an exporter win the confidence of his banker?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 5:26pm On Aug 24, 2017
Export Question:
What does an exporter do in case of default?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 9:05am On Aug 25, 2017
Export Question:
After defaulting on a loan given to you by your banker, how do you revive your export business?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 4:22pm On Aug 25, 2017
Export business requires a lot of packaging. The more you package yourself and your business, the more the respect you get and the more the credit facilities you can have access to in the bank.
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 10:31am On Aug 26, 2017
Export Question:
What are the typical commissions and fees charged by banks?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 2:10pm On Aug 26, 2017
Export Question:
What are the elements of loan contracts agreement or offer letters by banks?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 2:54pm On Aug 26, 2017
Export Question:
What is the most important tangible quality a company needs to succeed in exporting?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 4:46pm On Aug 27, 2017
Export Question:
What steps should an exporter take to revive his trade when there are distress signals or illiquidity?
Re: Contemporary Step-by-step Guide To Export Business by tectonotimes: 8:21am On Aug 28, 2017
Export Question:
What is the mode of operation of the commodity exchange market?

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