President of the US-Africa Business Centre of the United States chamber of commerce, Scott Eisner says the economic and investment policy of the present administration has given confidence to American companies to invest in Nigeria.
Fielding questions from state house correspondents after leading a delegation on a courtesy visit to vice president Yemi Osinbajo, Eisner said there are now more willing investors due to good amount of transparency in governance.
Nigerian businessman Aliko Dangote explained that the US-Africa business centre has about three thousand members.
He noted that the centre had earlier held its board meeting in Lagos.
The US and African companies are collaborating in a wide range of areas that are beneficial to both countries.