‘Why Nigeria is missing out in $408b global ceramic industry’
Noting that tiles alone accounted for about 34 per cent or $136 billion market share, Oaikhinan said technological innovation remained key in the development of global leadership in the ceramic tiles industry by Italy and Spain.
‘Nigeria needs national will to drive power sector’
The Council Director, Prof John Ifediora, said without a national will driven by the policymakers to classify the sector as the number one priority of the government, it may be difficult to fully address the challenges in the power industry.
CSCS pledges to diversify income streams for improved profitability
The Central Securities Clearing System (CSCS), a disaster recovery facility, which ensure business continuity, has pledged to diversify its income streams to boost profitability and increase shareholders ‘value.
Ondo Assembly passes budget, shoves up estimates by with N1b
Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN), had initially sent N169,720,580 billion but was jerked up to N170,846,580 naira with an increment of one billion, one hundred and twenty six thousand naira.
Group tasks government on funding, faults valuation contract
Olayinka Sonaike, who spoke with select journalists in Lagos, said ESVARBON would like to accomplish much like the expansion of its operational base, engaging more staff and equipping new offices, but it was incapacitated by lack of funding.
First Bank recommits to customers’ satisfaction with online presence
The Group Head Marketing and Corporate Communications, FBN, Folake Ani-Mumuney, commenting on the new domain platform said the brand new, responsive and feature-rich website is built for the digital age.
Power sector loses N1.43 billion in one day to gas, grid constraints
The power sector is said to have lost about N1.43 billion to constraints associated with grid and gas in one day (June 17, 2017), according to statistics released...
Access Bank, others as key partners to construction Industry
The construction sector has been a very significant contributor to Nigeria’s GDP, adding as much as 3% to national output. Although the sector has been severely affected by macro-economic headwinds...
Japan stocks jump on weak yen but Asia markets sink
Tokyo's Nikkei rallied Tuesday as the dollar extended gains against the yen on fresh indications the Federal Reserve will lift interest rates again this year, while technology firms tracked a sector rebound on Wall Street.
Subscribers groan as unsolicited SMS persists
There appears to be no respite for telecommunications consumers in Nigeria, as the menace of unsolicited Short Message Service (SMS) persist.Consumers are complaining of increase in the rate at which unsolicited SMS’ flood their mobile phones on a daily basis, describing it as ‘alarming.’