Taking an intelligent approach to Africa’s promising mobility revolution
Despite the continent’s transport infrastructure lagging behind global standards for decades, Africa is bracing itself for a transport revolution as more countries embrace the onset of new technology.
World Bank report raises concern on states’ rising debt stock
A new World Bank report on Nigeria has raised concerns on fiscal pressures of state governments arising from revenue shortfalls.
Abia to get $25m from World Bank programme
Abia State has been selected to reap $25million from the $500million World Bank Rural Access and Agricultural Marketng Project (RAAMP) facility.
‘If it’s for common good, nothing bad in godfather politics’
Former governor of Anambra State and acclaimed estranged godfather of incumbent governor, Willie Obiano of the All Progressives Grand Alliance...
‘Landmark infrastructure conceived by Oando jetty to impact economy positively’
The World Bank established that a target of $93billion annually is required to meet the infrastructural needs of sub-Saharan Africa. This lack of infrastructure makes it difficult for African markets to grow sustainably.
Restrictions on foreign banks affect growth, says World Bank
The rising level of restrictions imposed on foreign banks operating in developing countries has been assessed as an impediment to growth in those countries, the World Bank Group has said.
Buhari’s economic policies on winning path, says Mohammed
The minister, in a chat with journalists in Lagos at the weekend, hinged his statement on the recent World Bank’s ranking, which stated that Nigeria’s economy had moved up 24 places to 145 in its Doing Business’ ratings.
Nigeria moves up 24 places on global ‘Doing Business’ rankings
Nigeria has moved up 24 places in the World Bank’s Doing Business report to 145th position, implementing 5 reforms making it easier for doing business in Lagos and Kano.