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23rd July 2015 0

US$2.67 billion of fresh capital flowed into Nigeria’s economy in Q1 2015, representing a decline of 40.5 percent and 31.6 percent, in comparison with its…

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22nd July 2015 0

Manufacturers in the Food, Beverage, and Tobacco industry are warning that the Common External Tariff (CET) being pursued by countries in West Africa poses more…

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21st July 2015 0

Telecom companies operating in Nigeria are seeing an upsurge in interconnect indebtedness. Industry observers have blamed the debt overhang being owed to mobile operators by…

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16th July 2015 0

Global ratings firm Standard & Poor’s has said Nigeria cannot avoid devaluing the naira in the near future, recommending devaluation by as much as 15…

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15th July 2015 0

A deal was reached between negotiators representing six world powers, and the Islamic Republic of Iran on Tuesday, which could see sanctions lifted and Iran…

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14th July 2015 0

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, instructed the NNPC to review agreements behind a programme to swap crude for refined products, his spokesman said on Monday.…

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13th July 2015 0

The Department of Petroleum Resources has blamed the unending scarcity of petroleum products on “unscrupulous marketers and depot owners”. According to the DPR, marketers make…

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10th July 2015 0

The naira fell to a new low of 235 to the American dollar in the black market on Thursday, as dollar shortages in the economy…