By: Economic & Finance Report
Nigeria will be opening up their first World Trade Center structure. It will be located in the capital in Abuja, Nigeria. WTC Abuja as it will be regarded as, was funded by international and national private investors and financial entities.
There are currently 323 locations, along with 89 countries that have World Trade Centers (WTC) for economic development, business resources and trade infrastructure. Nigeria will be the 90th country, as Abuja will be the epicenter for trade and business along with Lagos the business capital of Nigeria. The WTC Abuja is expected to be the biggest business hub in West Africa and leading business trade mobilization on the African continent.
WTC Abuja, has finished the first phase of development, which houses residential and commercial real estate. Being constructed by the Churchgate Group, WTC Abuja will offer luxury condos and apartments. The Commercial Tower will be the tallest office building in Abuja, while the Residential Tower will be the tallest residential building in the country. There are plans to build a sophisticated shopping mall in the near future which is predicted to be the tallest within Africa. -SB