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1 Oct 2020
Nigeria’s export value to African countries, pushed beyond $6.99 billion in 2018, while the rest of the world totalled $45.92 billion during the same period.
31 Jul 2019
The Federal Ministry of Finance and the Nigeria Commodity Exchange (NCX) have announced plans to incentivise agro-processing companies and exporters with excise tax and export duty rebates for operators that buy their raw materials and export commodities on the NCX platform.
2 Jul 2018
US trading partners retaliating against President Donald Trump's trade offensive as have hit back with tariffs on $75 billion in American exports, leaving local companies vulnerable to job losses, a leading business group said Monday. The Trump administration on Monday persisted in defending its burgeoning, multi-front trade war, with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross saying the…
16 May 2016
The sharp declines in crude oil prices have dealt a crippling blow to Nigeria, which is dependent on crude oil exports for a handsome chunk of its government revenues.


Afghanistan's Taliban government promised Monday to ensure the security of any renewed European Union mission in Kabul, as Brussels considered making a cautious return.
9 mins ago
US pharmaceutical giant Moderna on Monday reported a "robust neutralizing antibody response" to its Covid vaccine in children aged 6-11, and said that it will submit the trial data to global regulators soon.
21 mins ago
Mali's interim government has expelled the representative of West African bloc ECOWAS from the conflict-ridden and coup-prone country, the government said, over actions incompatible with his status.
27 mins ago
Barcelona's Netherlands midfielder Frenkie de Jong has suffered a right thigh injury, the La Liga club announced on Monday.
36 mins ago
The Islamic State (IS) group on Monday claimed responsibility for a deadly bombing at a restaurant in Uganda at the weekend that police called an 'act of domestic terrorism.