Sefton Fross is pleased to announce that we recently contributed to the World Bank Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) 2017 Report. Our team of lawyers which includes Olayemi Anyanechi, Managing Partner; Enovwor Odukuye, Senior Associate and Oluwatobi Adeyemo, Associate were contributors to the EBA 2017 Report.
Sefton Fross is pleased to be a part of this World Bank initiative which presents data that measure legal barriers for businesses operating in agriculture in 62 economies and across 12 topic areas. The data can be used by governments, investors, analysts, researchers and others interested in the regulatory environment for agribusiness, to assess countries’ performance on the topics measured and to identify regulatory good practices.
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