12 Jan 2010
CHIEF Segun Adetiba, President, Furniture and Allied Products Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (FAPMAN), on Monday urged the Federal Government to check the influx of imported furniture into the country. Adetiba told the newsmen in Lagos that the furniture industry would have witnessed impressive growth if not for the businessmen trading on imported furniture. "If proper measures are put in place, the growth witnessed in the industry will be sustainable in the long term."
30 Sep 2009
MULTICHEM Industries Limited, a Nigerian trading and manufacturing company, has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Novozymes, a global supplier of industrial biosolution to expand its product portfolio and other services to local consumers. At the official launch ceremony to mark the co-operation between the two companies in the Nigeria market, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Multichem, Mr. Y.Y. Pinge said that the presence of the two companies in Nigeria was important so as to facilitate distribution of enzymes among the Nigerian customers in various industries like bakery, brewery, cereal food and detergents especially the small and medium scale buyers.
Merger control by Securities and Exchange Commission: A Comparative analysis of Investments and Securities Acts 1999 and 2007
30 Sep 2009
I. Introduction THE month of June 2007 marked yet another significant point in the juridical development of the Nigerian capital market, with the enactment of a new Investments and Securities Act (ISA) to replace the pre-existing 1999 Act. The passage of the new ISA was the culmination of a long process of consultation starting with the inauguration of a panel of capital market experts under the Chairmanship of the House of Representatives' Capital Market Committee Chairman, Honourable Ahmed Aliyu Wadada, which panel's findings and recommendations later resulted in the ISA 2007.
30 Sep 2009
THAT the world's eighth largest oil producer has a pitiable industrial sector speaks volumes on quality of Nigeria's leaders, especially since the era of Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP), when phenomenal de-industrialisation crept into the nation's economic set-up. The statistics are indeed appalling.