direct costs approved subject to a N200,000 (Two hundred
(c) Export market research and studies.
(d) Product design and consultancy.
(e) Participation in trade missions, buyer-oriented activities, cost
of training unemployed graduates on export management and
skills for engaging in non oil export business for job and wealth
The collaboration with NEPC is to complimen
The offer must be communicated to the offeree.
The following are limitations to treat; as such, they do not amount
to an offer:
Exhibition of goods for sales in a shop
Advertisement of sales in catalogue or mass media
An auctioneers request for bids
(5) No Office of any staff should be classified as out of bound to
(6) Information on NDE should be made available to customers
3.3.8 Existing Limitations
(1) Macro Economic Policy Problem. The unstable macroeconomic policy
These industrial associations provide increased support for
in the forms of training, logistics and funding for their members.
entrepreneurs are therefore encouraged to join any of these
associations in order to
(a) Diversification of the export base from petroleum products.
yawning markets for natural products which richly abound in
palm products, cocoa, cassava, gum Arabic, ginger, soya beans
etc. as well as
extent of that authority. Being appointed, A now has power to
affect Ps legal position in
relation to TP. However, P will only be bound by those acts of A
which fall within the
scope of As authority. P will not be affected by what A does in
excess of As a
3.3.1 Purpose of the Charter
The NDE Charter is to ensure that NDE is committed to
employment generation, poverty
reduction, wealth creation and attitudinal change to enable
Nigerian Youths to be selfemployed
and contribute to the economic growth and deve
or in the alternative, transferred to another exporter if the
benefiting exporter has
no use for it. Once again, no cash incentive is given.
The following four component schemes have their respective
secretariat in the office of NEPC:
far-fetched. Leather forms part of the materials that man uses
everyday. This department
trains entrepreneurs on how to use animal skin to produce
materials of all kinds such as
leather bag, shoe, and belt, among others. The major raw
material for leather
A discloses the name of P. Normally only P and not A may sue
and be sued on
A discloses the existence but not the name of P. As liability is
the same as
above provided A contracts as an agent.
A does not disclose the existence of P, i.e.
Skills Development Programme. It is designed to carry out
training of school
leavers and unemployed youths in rural areas. In achieving this
NDE takes fully equipped Mobile Training Workshops (MTWs) to
rural areas. In
order to reduce the fu
In this unit, we have examined the
laws relating to business operations,
impact of law between one individual and another;
rules governing sale of goods and contract;
rules governing the relationship between a principal and an
6.0 TUTOR MARKED ASS
when this is not really so. Most cases concern persons who
already have some
authority to act as A but who are allowed by P to appear to have
authority than they actually have. Another common instance is
where P and TP
have been dealing with eac
selection process. We shall also discuss the role of support
institutions in this process.
In this unit, we shall continue with our discussion on the role of
support institutions for
entrepreneurship development. We shall touch on Raw Materials
business associations. A little understanding of the law therefore
is important to every
Sales of good in business in particular as such it helps in areas of
sales of goods, and
agreement to sales. A sale of goods is a general guide to busine
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"service modules" are
Industrial Governance and Statistics, Investment and Technology
who have exported a minimum of five hundred thousand Naira
of processed products.
The objective of this Scheme is to stimulate exporters to expand
the volume of
their exports and diversify export product and market coverage.
when the life of the Bond has expired. The extension of the Bond
exceed three months.
Repatriation of the foreign
exchange realised from the
transaction shall be
confirmed by the Central Bank of Nigeria before the Bond is
Bill of Ent
operates the Innocenti Research Centre in Florence. Specialized
office such as the Supply
Division in Copenhagen, and two Public-Sector Alliances and
Offices (PARMO) in Brussels and Tokyo. Furthermore, UNICEF have
In the last unit, we discussed the second part of the institutions
established to support the
development of entrepreneurship in Nigeria.
In this unit, we shall examine the role of national associations to
the development of
entrepreneurship, small and me
To encourage the publicity of research findings and other
information relevant to
local sourcing of raw material.
To encourage growth of implant research and development
To organize workshop, symposia and seminars from time to
time designed t
Special Public Work every year for 5 years respectively. However,
due to fund constraint,
between 1% and 4% of those trained will be resettled with tools
and cash to start their
own business (Micro Credit)
3.3.4 Service Delivery
The NDE customers would be
Applicants for either Fixed or Individual Drawback Facilities
should file the
following documents to the Duty Drawback Committee.
1. Completed new application form for Duty Drawback Rate
from the Duty Drawback Sec
"Member States". UNIDO. Retrieved 25 September 2010.
UNIDO (2010). "Poverty Reduction through Productive Activities".
Industrial Development Organisations._
910005S Entrepreneurial Field Project, 5 ECTS
Language of instruction: English
Enhanced partnerships with research and policy institutions
and development actors,
globally and at regional level, in developing and industrialized
Communication and leveraging of research findings and
recommendations to support
primarily to support the poor countries in Africa. The Presidency
of the bank was still
retained for Africa while African members retained two thirds of
the voting rights.
The bank pools its funds from the following sources:
(i) Contributions in capital f
economic environment, security of investment, stable political
climate etc. In early
2000s, entrepreneurship studies have been introduced into the
system especially higher institutions as a mandatory course. The