Despite assurance of no increase, petrol sold at N190.9/litre in January
Despite assurances from the Ministry of Petroleum Resources, and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNP), that the Federal Government has no intention of increasing the pump price...
LCCI seeks end to Apapa traffic gridlock
The Federal Government has vowed to continue with the implementation of policies aimed at driving socio-economic growth and prosperity of the country in line with its Economic Recovery and Growth Plan.
‘Over N200b potential agro-allied investment stalled by insecurity’
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), has said an estimated N200billion planned investment in agro allied industry has been put on hold in the country due to insecurity across several sections of the country.
LCCI to collaborate with agencies on security issues
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is set to collaborate with security agencies to enhance security of lives and property and promote economic stability.
‘SMEs should adapt model to access hybrid funds’
To further improve access to affordable financing by small businesses, stakeholders in the development financing sector have urged such enterprises to explore opportunities made available by innovative hybrid financing sources.
NCRIB, LCCI, other to strengthen sector’s penetration
The Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) has taken insurance gospel to the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry...
Current reforms in critical sectors should be sustained, says LCCI DG
The Director General of Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Muda Yusuf, said while the country’s leadership and the citizens bask in the euphoria of the exit from recession, what is paramount is the impact on the cost of doing business....
Revised interest rates, sustained profitability to drive equities in 2018
Barring unintended consequences of key policy decisions that may destabilise the gains of the nation’s capital market, analysts have expressed optimism that the likely downward
Stakeholders seek complete reforms in shipping sector
Concerned stakeholders, including clearing agents and industrialists in the country have called for complete reforms in the maritime sector in order to restore its lost glory.