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Budget and oil economy: Nigeria’s many troubles
The facts about Federal Government’s fiscal plan in 2016 are obvious. That it made an all-time high budget plan at N6.06 trillion. But it also appropriated an all-time deficit ...
South Africa overtakes Nigeria as largest economy in dollar value
Nigeria has lost its position as Africa’s largest economy to South African in dollar terms.
‘How more women can attain top management positions’
More women are on the verge of making it to top offices in blue chip companies with determination to prove their competence and eradicate gender discriminations at workplace.
Non-oil revenue through taxation: Will the informal sector engage?
With taxation becoming the new “TINA” in Nigeria’s fiscal and economic space, there is a general consensus that the prospects for enhancing non-oil revenue generation through taxation rests ...
‘Double digit GDP growth achievable in Nigeria’
With priorities given to infrastructural development, Nigeria can achieve a double digit GDP economy in no distant time, the Acting Managing Director, Bank of Industry ...
Nigeria’s oil sector growth falls by 1.89 per cent
The real growth of down Nigeria’s oil sector slowed by 1.89 per cent in first quarter of 2016, due to the reduction in the country’s daily production occasioned by pipeline vandalism.
30 years after… Lagos Metroline still work in progress
If the Lagos Metroline proposed by Alhaji Lateef Jakande had seen the light of day, this month would have been the 30th anniversary of the completion of the first phase of the project and the 33rd anniversary ...
‘Recovery plans inadequate to tackle economic slump’
Recovery plans by the Nigerian government are not adequate to tackle economic slump and the citizens will have to live with hard times until next year, according to Bloomberg L.P.