ISLAMABAD (AFP) - Nigeria will host trade talks among the Developing Eight in February as part of efforts to increase business within member states and Africa, Nigeria’s trade and investment minister said. “I will be hosting the trade and industry ministers from the D8 countries sometime around February next year to come up with a strategy plan on how we can increase trade within the D8,” Olusegun Aganga told reporters. Aganga, who held talks with his Egyptian counterpart on the margins of the D8 summit in Islamabad, said there were also plans to boost trade within Africa. Nigeria and Egypt are the only two African members of the D8.