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NAP 3.0

 From February - April 2018, PEBEC’s goal was to sustain the Ease of Doing Business

reforms at the National level and deepen reforms across the 9 indicators, focusing on the most impactful reforms for the Nigerian business environment.   

Trading Across Borders

  • Clarify and implement import and export guidelines to drive efficiency at the Ports.
  • Strengthen single joint cargo examination interface in all airports & seaports for import and export.
  • Implement an electronic Nigerian Export Proceeds (NXP) form.

Trading Within Nigeria

  • Clear all pending NAFDAC registration applications as at December 2017.
  • Comply with 90-day timeline to complete NAFDAC product registration.
  • Encourage reporting of illegal police roadblocks and institute consequence management.

Entry and Exit of People

  • Stop use of Passenger Service Charge (PSC) stickers.
  • Improve Visa on Arrival process by enabling web based application and approval.
  • Install luggage scanners at the arrival halls of the international airports.

Getting Electricity

  • Drive 100% compliance with NERC Order on timelines for new connections to the grid.
  • Encourage DISCOs to roll out e-application systems for new connections to the grid.
  • DISCOs to implement grid mapping using technology.

Getting Credit

 
  • Urge Banks to utilise the National Collateral Registry

Starting a Business

  • Adhere to timelines for post registration filings.

Paying Taxes

  • Communicate and enforce minimum employee requirement for pension contributions as 15 employees for government procurement purposes.

Selling to the Government

  • Build magistrates capacity for specialized small claims commercial courts or commercial divisions in Lagos and Kano.

Enforcing Contracts

  • Introduce specialized small claims commercial courts in Lagos and Kano.

7 reforms completed, 21 pending – making a total of 28 reforms and a progress rate of 68% as at 5th April 2018 when the period ended.

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NAP 3.0

 From February - April 2018, PEBEC’s goal was to sustain the Ease of Doing Business

reforms at the National level and deepen reforms across the 9 indicators, focusing on the most impactful reforms for the Nigerian business environment.   

Trading Across Borders

  • Clarify and implement import and export guidelines to drive efficiency at the Ports.
  • Strengthen single joint cargo examination interface in all airports & seaports for import and export.
  • Implement an electronic Nigerian Export Proceeds (NXP) form.

Trading Within Nigeria

  • Clear all pending NAFDAC registration applications as at December 2017.
  • Comply with 90-day timeline to complete NAFDAC product registration.
  • Encourage reporting of illegal police roadblocks and institute consequence management.

Entry and Exit of People

  • Stop use of Passenger Service Charge (PSC) stickers.
  • Improve Visa on Arrival process by enabling web based application and approval.
  • Install luggage scanners at the arrival halls of the international airports.

Getting Electricity

  • Drive 100% compliance with NERC Order on timelines for new connections to the grid.
  • Encourage DISCOs to roll out e-application systems for new connections to the grid.
  • DISCOs to implement grid mapping using technology.

Getting Credit

 
  • Urge Banks to utilise the National Collateral Registry

Starting a Business

  • Adhere to timelines for post registration filings.

Paying Taxes

  • Communicate and enforce minimum employee requirement for pension contributions as 15 employees for government procurement purposes.

Selling to the Government

  • Build magistrates capacity for specialized small claims commercial courts or commercial divisions in Lagos and Kano.

Enforcing Contracts

  • Introduce specialized small claims commercial courts in Lagos and Kano.

7 reforms completed, 21 pending – making a total of 28 reforms and a progress rate of 68% as at 5th April 2018 when the period ended.

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