The Ministry of Trade and Investment labelled the infrastructural deficit in the country as a ‘gold mine’.
The Ministry, led by the Minister, Mr. Olugbenga Aganga, made this known to Polish businessmen during an interactive session to discuss business opportunities in the country.
Aganga listed power, solid minerals, agriculture and construction among others as viable sectors for investments.
Prime Minister of Poland, Mr Donald Tusk, expressed his interest in having both nations take advantage of their strengths to build more successful and diverse economies.
Tusk noted that the move by Nigeria towards industrialization should be seen as a huge opportunity for foreign investors.
The two nations signed several agreements after the session to cement the bi-lateral talks.
A letter of intent with Bayelsa state government was also signed on the development of projects in maritime education.