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29 May 2019
Four years since the President Muhammadu Buhari administration assumed office, operators in the real sector, especially manufacturers, continue to complain about the same challenges, with many of them gradually losing confidence in the economy. With another opportunity to address the situation, and review policies, operators await policies that can change their fortunes. FEMI ADEKOYA writes.…
7 May 2019
At 51.3 points, being the outcome of the first quarter (Q1) Composite Manufacturers’ CEO’s Confidence (MCCI) index, the confidence...

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