The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has urged businesses to adopt high ethical standards to achieve profitability and a long-term presence in the global business world.
BoI, RUFIN seal pact on soft loans for 100,000 new small businesses
Already, the first phase of the loan disbursements is ongoing across Katsina, Nassarawa, Zamfara, Edo, Oyo and Lagos States, driven by RUFIN-mentored microfinance banks (MFBs) and microfinance institutions (MFIs)
Lagos to train workers with N1.25 billion to buoy local capacity
This was revealed at the 2017 1st Bi-annual Lagos State Public Service Joint Negotiating Council, JNC, conference held at the Public Service Staff Development Centre, PSSDC, Magodo area of Lagos.
Some important clarifications about the Economic Partnership Agreement and EU trade policy
If Nigeria should sign, and then ratify the EPA, is clearly a matter for the Nigerian government and citizens to decide. However, to take such an important decision, Nigerian stakeholders deserve to be correctly informed first.
SON seeks standard in motor vehicle inspection
The Standards Organization of Nigeria SON recently collaborated with relevant stakeholders to promote the development and enforcement of standards in motor vehicle inspection in the country.
First made-in-Nigeria phone debuts
More than 15 years after Nigeria joined the global system for mobile (GSM), the first made-in-Nigeria phone has finally debut, thus throwing the country into the growing league of communication gadgets manufacturers.
Pharma industry targets 12% growth rate to boost GDP
Local manufacturing arm of the pharmaceutical sector in Nigeria is targeting an annual growth rate of 12 to 15 per cent to improve its contributions to the economy.
Power generation inches closer to 5,000MW
Nigeria’s power generation inches closer to the 5,000 Megawatts (MW) mark, following the cessation of hostilities by militants in the Niger Delta, and the rise in water level...
Cote d’Ivoire, others ahead of Nigeria on global logistics hub
A recent report by the World Bank index on logistics competence placed Cote d’ Ivoire, Senegal, and Sao Tome respectively above Nigeria in the ranking on global logistics hub.
Bank partners British Council to host ‘Open House Lagos’
As part of efforts geared towards promoting architectural designs, Sterling Bank Plc, in collaboration with British Council has concluded plans to host the second edition of ‘Open House Lagos’ with the theme: ‘50 years of Resilience and Innovation’.