L-R: President, Africa Unilever, Bruno Witvoet, Senate President Bukola Saraki, Managing Director/CEO, Unilever Nigeria Plc, Mr.Yaw Nsarkoh, Chairman, Senate Committee on Industry, Dr. Sam Egwu and Corporate Affairs Director, Unilever Nig, Mrs. Soromidayo George during a visit by the Unilever manageme [...]
The Nigerian government has assured the international community of its willingness to set up chains of food processing mills across the country to help in diversifying the economy.
Speaking to a delegation from the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, UNIDO, Minister of Agricultu [...]
The recent foreign exchange restriction on the importation of some selected item may have been well received by manufacturers in Nigeria, as they said the policy is enhancing their production capacity.
Describing the policy as “the game changer”, some members of the Nigerian manufac [...]
To address the challenges of inadequate funding as well as maximize the potentials in the non-oil sector, the federal government says it will commit N300billion in special intervention fund to boost non-oil exports in Nigeria.
A communiqué issued at the end of a non-oil export conference [...]
The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, NDIC, has remitted the sum of N15.4 billion into the Consolidated Revenue Fund between 2007 and 2014, the Fiscal Responsibility Commission, FRC, has said.
The sum, which is 25 percent of the corporation’s gross revenue during the period, has been [...]
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has made clarifications on some misconception over the implementation of the N50 stamp duty imposed on bank customers, saying the charges would be made per transaction and not on every N1, 000 as reported in some quarters.
The apex bank last week, in a circular [...]
L-R: Divisional Head, Corporate Communication, Security & Exchange Commission, Mr. Naif Absussalam, Assistant Managers, SEC, Mr. Abubarkar Suleiman and Mr. Abdulrahman Abubakar and Head of Department, Marketing Development, Mr. Henry Rowland during SEC's e-dividend registration exercis [...]
Investors in the Nigerian capital market have been urged to register for the e-dividend scheme so as to facilitate the smooth payment of the over N90billion dividends presently left unclaimed.
At a recent campaign to raise awareness over unclaimed dividend, the Securities and Exchange Commissio [...]
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