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8 Oct
The Chairman, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria Export Group (MANEG) has stated that retaliatory tariffs are illegal as they go against agreements cemented in ECOWAS Trade Liberalisation Scheme
28 Sep
Russian investors have indicated interest to invest in critical sectors of the Nigerian economy. They gave the indication, yesterday, at The Dome in Abuja ahead of the inauguration of the Nigeria-Russia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NRCCI) today.
6 Aug
The Minister for Industry, Trade, and Investment, Adeniyi Adebayo, has unveiled the 2020 Corporate Sustainable Investor Report (CSIR), a landmark research document that analyses
31 Jul
Targeted at realising the global impact of raising women who are well grounded in trade, business and investment
9 Jun
With a decline of 6.5 per cent in raw materials import in the first quarter of 2021, manufacturers’ concerns about access to foreign exchange for critical materials needed for local production
9 Jun
World trade’s recovery from the COVID-19 crisis hit a record high in the first quarter of 2021, increasing by 10 per cent year-over-year
22 Apr
Stakeholders have decried the state of Nigerian seaports, saying they are largely underdeveloped, poorly ranked among their peers in the West Africa sub-region, and undermining the ease of doing business.
10 Mar
Nigeria’s external imbalance continues to widen as the trade deficit for 2020 hit N7.38 trillion.
23 Dec 2020
The Consul General of Nigeria to South Africa, Abdulmalik Ahmed, has said that the bilateral trade between Nigeria and South Africa is worth $8.6 billion.
23 Dec 2020
Despite ranking the third contributor to intra-African trade, Nigeria’s share of trade remains low considering its status as the biggest economy on the continent. This is even as raw commodities dominate item
29 Nov 2020
Nok terracottas are proof that an ancient civilisation once existed in Nigeria. Now they are at the centre of a multi-million-dollar, globe-spanning underground industry – and once again, Nigeria is losing out. The art dealer is getting a little more relaxed. He is talking up his credentials, and mentions “my friends Peter Breunig and Nicole…
9 Oct 2020
Clearing agents operating at the Tin-Can Island Port have called on the Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Hameed Ali, to check the activities of its Compliance Team

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