Nigeria is considered to be an emerging market by the World Bank with it’s economy set to become among the biggest in the world, in 2015, Nigeria was the world's 20th largest economy, worth more than $500 billion and $1 trillion in terms of nominal GDP and purchasing power parity respectively.
Doing business in Nigeria is very much based on a good understanding of British Common law, derived from its British colonial past, and knowing the right people to facilitate a clean smooth business and Canattainit Nigeria is in a position to be importing, exporting, providing a full array of Canattainit services and consultancy to help major corporations to achieve successful business endeavors with FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and government tenders.
Major Nigerian Crops Include:
The Nigerian government has lately activated has a space satellite expanding this infrastructure to space based communications monitored at the Nigerian National Space Research and Development Agency Headquarters in Abuja.
NIGERIA SPACE PROGRAMME Five satellites have been launched by the Nigerian government into outer space. • NigeriaSat-1is a satellite of the standard Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC) design. • NigeriaSat-2 and NigeriaSat-X with 300 kg mass each- to replace NigeriaSat-1 • NigComSat-1Communications satellite providing rural internet access • NigComSat-1R - to replace the lost NigComSat-1 The Nigerian government has commissioned the overseas production and launch of four satellites. The Nigeriasat-1 was the first satellite to be built under the Nigerian government sponsorship. The satellite was launched from Russia on 27 September 2003. Nigeriasat-1 was part of the worldwide Disaster Monitoring Constellation System. The primary objectives of the Nigeriasat-1 were: to give early warning signals of environmental disaster; to help detect and control desertification in the northern part of Nigeria; to assist in demographic planning; to establish the relationship between malaria vectors and the environment that breeds malaria and to give early warning signals on future outbreaks of meningitis using remote sensing technology; to provide the technology needed to bring education to all parts of the country through distant learning; and to aid in conflict resolution and border disputes by mapping out state and International borders.
With Nigeria as one of the brightest developing telecommunications markets on earth, major emerging market operators (like MTN, Etisalat, Zain and Globacom) basing their largest and most profitable centres in the country. Canattainit Nigeria is currently performing a feasibility study on deployment of our IPTV services.
Once Canattainit Nigeria has finished the feasibility study we plan to work with local JVP to deploy our IPTV and utilize existing infrastructure with our equipment technology and engineers to Integrate Systems and provide IPTV and telecommunication services.
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