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When the Act came into force in 2018, there was a delay with the set up, management, issues around how to kick off and funding. Setting up processes, procedures and policies at that time were major challenges.
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Managing Partner at Ecovis OUC (Chartered Accountants), Andrew Uviase, has faulted the reporting template used for the just-released gross domestic product (GDP) reporting even as he stressed that the economy has not made serious progress in real terms.
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A nation’s economic development story is incomplete without recognising the pivotal role of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) at all levels of the country.
Contribution of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector have added 15.97 per cent growth to Nigeria’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Q3 2023, largely driven by the telecommunications industry.
Singapore has charged Nigeria to increase the ranking of its ports in West Africa to first as well as its cargo handling capacity to 276,848 tonnes and ports throughput to 100 million metric tonnes from a baseline of 80 million metric tonnes by 2027.
Nigeria’s gross domestic product (GDP) has witnessed a 2.54 percent growth in the third quarter (Q3) of the year 2023.
Minister of Solid Minerals Development. Dr. Dele Alake, on Thursday, described the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris as a worthy partner in the Tinubu administration’s objective of projecting mining sector reforms towards
The Federal Government, on Wednesday, vowed to plug leakages and loopholes impeding the collection of accruable revenues in the solid Minerals sector as well as achieving its target of 50% contribution to the gross domestic product of the country. Minister of Solid Minerals Development, , disclosed this in Abuja, during his familiarization tour to the…
About $100 trillion of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) could be lost to Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) by 2050, with low and middle-income countries most negatively impacted.
A foreign rating agency in a recent report joined Nigerians in bemoaning the fate that has befallen the nation’s legal tender, the naira, which had exceeded N1000 to the dollar threshold but seems to be recovering slowly at a little above N800 to the dollar.
Aimed towards adding value to the Nigeria economy by contributing to Nigeria’s GDP through tourism, International Online Travel Agency (OTA), Travelwings.com has unveiled a brand-new base of operations in Lekki, Lagos recently.
African countries, including Nigeria, must re-anchor fiscal policy through a credible medium-term strategy, undertake fiscal adjustment to bring debt back to a safer level, mobilise more domestic revenue and strengthen budget institutions to improve the implementation of fiscal plans to escape the debt trap.