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26 Sep
Every government faces tough decisions about the appropriate measures to be taken whenever there is a crisis. For Nigeria, it has been extremely tough biting the bullet in relation to available fiscal policy options.
14 Sep
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry has said that rising inflationary pressure, forex challenges, debt servicing and weak revenue generation have put a serious strain on the Nigerian economy, just as the country moves towards stagflation.
Tahir Malik
14 Sep
Tahir Malik is the Senior Vice President, Africa Middle East for Reckitt.
Julius Berger cashew processing plant
14 Sep
Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has commissioned an ultra-modern cashew processing plant in Epe, Lagos State as part of efforts to transform the coastal town and diversify into other sectors of the economy.
31 Aug
Notwithstanding the challenges experienced by local producers, Paint Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (PMA) have concluded plans to showcase the sector’s capacity and potential
31 Aug
Though the manufacturing sector recorded real GDP growth of three per cent in the second quarter of 2022, according to the latest National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data, operators
24 Aug
Manufacturers have had to contend with more difficult problems in recent years as they try to keep up with rising demands, shifting consumer trends, and operational expenses.
17 Aug
The Africa-China relationship is moving into a new phase with the latest policy initiatives, development strategies and financial pledges as tools for enhancing deeper
17 Aug
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has announced plans to boost intra-African trade with LCCI to boost intra-African trade fair in this year’s Lagos International
17 Aug
United Kingdom’s International Trade Secretary, Anne-Marie Trevelyan has launched the new Developing Countries Trading Scheme (DCTS), which will extend tariff cuts to hundreds
16 Aug
The Federal Government and corporate issuers’ confidence in the capital market have continued to grow as bond issuances in the first half (H1) of 2022 on Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) grew to over N2.5 trillion.
10 Aug
The federal ministry of industry, trade and Investment, has set up a committee to begin concessionary arrangements of the Lagos International Trade Fair Complex on Mile-2 Badagry expressway in Lagos.
10 Aug
Cadbury Nigeria Plc, a subsidiary of Mondelēz International, has continued to sustain its current repositioning drive.

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Nigeria has ratified (International Labour Organisation) ILO Convention No.190 on Violence and Harassment, which be submitted to the Director-General of the ILO by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment.
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