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7 Mar
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has stated that notwithstanding the efforts of Federal Government in addressing real sector challenges, especially as it relates to foreign exchange and export...
26 Oct 2021
As the Federal Government, in Abuja, harped on diversification of foreign exchange sources through export of manufacturing products yesterday investors in the country’s manufacturing value...
27 Aug 2021
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), yesterday, accused Lagos State government of double taxation and unfriendly business actions.
30 Mar 2021
Manufacturing firms under the aegis of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) lamented the return of congestion to the gateways of the country's busiest seaports.
17 Mar 2021
With the country's energy deficit estimated to range between 30GW and 175GW, even though a large percentage of the demand is from the industrial sector, local manufacturers...
1 Feb 2021
While some top African economies have already freighted their first cargoes under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), Nigeria continues to await the release of the list of liberalised goods by the National Action Committee, one month after implementation commenced.
29 Jan 2021
Despite the ability to take millions of people out of poverty by way of providing employment opportunities while also creating wealth, the President, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Mansur Ahmed, has said the nation’s manufacturing sector is gasping for breath.
12 Jan 2021
The concern by the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) on the need for a special intervention to keep the country’s industries alive, in the midst of economic recession and the effects of COVID-19 pandemic...
30 Nov 2020
Notwithstanding the challenges faced by local manufacturers in accessing foreign exchange for raw materials, production activities in the manufacturing sector regained some momentum as local manufacturers prepare for consumer demand during the Yuletide.
28 Nov 2020
With the Federal Government proposing to re-open the land border, the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has argued for the review of the decision, in line with the demand of the economy and the core objective...
24 Nov 2020
Dangote Group has said it will partner research institutions to advance indigenous technology and protect jobs. Group Executive Director, Dangote Group, Mansur Ahmed, pledged during a study tour of the Research and Development Steering Committee of Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) at Dangote Refinery located in Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos.   Ahmed said collaboration among government, academia…
30 Sep 2020
Local producers have expressed concerns about the pace of economic recovery as manufacturing sector’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for the month of September stood at 46.9 index points, indicating contraction in the sector for the fifth time.


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Finland and Sweden on Wednesday handed in their bids to join the US-led alliance NATO, after Russia's invasion of Ukraine up-ended decades of military non-alignment. "The applications you have made today are a historic step. Allies will now consider the next steps on your path to NATO," NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said, after receiving the…
4 hours ago
With the presidential, governorship and National Assembly primaries of both the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) close by, the intense intrigues and political maneuverings by the parties have pushed the opposition PDP away from the Eagle Square to the MKO Abiola Stadium on the outskirts of the Abuja City Centre.
4 hours ago
Amid uncertainties in the global economy and rising insecurity in the country, the nation’s stock market continued its bullish run, giving hope to patient investors who endured long periods of downturn on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX).
4 hours ago
Poor implementation of the patronage policy, high cost of production, high level of importation, smuggling among other challenges have continued to undermine Nigeria’s textile sector, shrinking the number of viable textile firms to less than 20 from 175 firms in 1985.
4 hours ago
Experts and stakeholders in Nigeria’s payment industry have called for concerted efforts to mitigate the growing menace of digital frauds.