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29 Nov 2020
A chartered accountant and public affairs analyst, Ochuko Akejagbor, has called on the National Assembly to pass a new bill that would urgently address Nigeria’s exclusion from International Trade
7 Feb 2020
For more efficient registration and participation in the global shipping industry, Nigeria has adopted a software licence to commence the automation of the ship registry processes.
22 Nov 2019
Whilst this was ongoing the government closed the land borders with her neighbours, all of which are mostly members of the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS), except Cameroun who is not a member.

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