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15 Oct
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), has tasked its members on the need to re-evaluate their operations and business models to operate efficiently in a post-pandemic economy.
14 Oct
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has stated that it is close to organising its yearly Lagos International Trade Fair on its permanent site.
11 Oct
Top experts have offered valuable tips to organisations and businesses on survival and scale under the current harsh economic environment that has seen some companies close shop.
6 Oct
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has expressed concerns over businesses’ inability to access foreign exchange for the importation of raw materials for production
29 Sep
Corruption, weak reforms, regulatory inconsistencies, duplications of roles and overlapping functions are compounding the cost of transactions at the country’s seaports.
29 Sep
Digital transformation is a journey, not a one-off. As digital transformation is evolving across the globe, Nigeria cannot afford to lag behind and catch up later.
24 Sep
Members of the Organised Private Sector (OPS) have urged the National Assembly and the Federal Ministry of Finance to suspend plans to impose excise duty on any segment of the Nigerian manufacturing sector.
23 Sep
By exploring opportunities offered through blockchain technology and digital currencies, Nigeria stands to gain at least $29 billion in its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2030
22 Sep
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and the AISEC Alumni Nigeria (AAN) have stated that the 37th Omolayole Management Lecture (OML) scheduled to hold on the 30th, September 2021 ...
20 Sep
Despite improved confidence in the economy as shown in the latest Manufacturers Confidence Index (MCCI) by local manufacturers, demand for foreign exchange (forex) on the back of outstanding obligations has risen to about $2 billion ...
15 Sep
Amid concerns over debt overhang, President Muhammadu Buhari has requested the Senate to consider and approve an external borrowing plan amounting to about N2.5 trillion to fund projects captured under the 2018-2021 borrowing projections.
15 Sep
Members of the Organised Private Sector (OPS) have urged the National Assembly and the Federal Ministry of Finance to suspend plans to impose excise duty on any segment of the Nigerian manufacturing sector. Specifically, they raised concerns about the proposed the re-introduction of excise duty on the production of soft drinks in the country Economist…

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