Stakeholders advocate national policy on Inland Container Depots

Port stakeholders have advised the Federal Government to develop a national policy on Inland Container Depots (ICDs) and Truck Transit Parks (TTPs). The stakeholders gave...

Capital market’s direct cash settlement to commence January 4

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said that direct cash payment of net proceeds of stock market transactions would commence on January 4,...

Stock value dips N320bn as index drops to 25,000 points.

The stock market continues its negative trend with the depression by 1000 points of the benchmark indices of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday. The drop...

SMEs in Katsina to get BOI’s N2bn micro funds.

The Bank of Industry (BOI) has set aside N2 billion from its Micro Development funds to disburse to SMEs in Katsina State, Waheed Olagunju, the...

Stamp duty, Nigeria’s new goldmine — NIPOST

The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) said on Tuesday that implementation of the stamp duty policy would become a huge revenue base for the country. On...

Turkish airlines to grow market in renewed Nigeria-Turkey relationship.

Turkish Airlines, one of the foremost global airlines has assured it will latch on the renewed diplomatic relations between Nigeria and Turkey to grow flight...

Nigerian capital market slips further by N250bn

capital market slips further by N250bnTrading activities at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for the fifth consecutive days on Friday, sustained a negative trend with...

CBN to License 3 Telcos for Mobile Money

The apex banking regulator, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is finalizing arrangement to license three telecommunications (Telcos) firms as Super Agents for Mobile Money...

Jigawa conclude plans to activate Maigatari border free zone

Jigawa state government has concluded plans to activate the Maigatari Free Zone located on a borderline of the state and the neighboring Niger Republic.           This is one of the key...

Climate will supplant shale as top energy disruptor

Move over, shale: climate change will supplant the U.S. oil revolution as the energy industry’s No. 1 disruptor in 2016. The world’s politicians may be...
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