The World Bank Office in Nigeria has identified the federal capital territory Abuja, as the easiest place to start a business in the country.
Though not listed among states with the biggest strides in improving their business environments, the recent World Bank Doing Business in Nigeria report [...]
Operators of microfinance banks in the country have been charged to come up with other ingenious measures to support Small and Medium-scale Enterprises, as the provision of loans alone is not enough to make them succeed.
The Central Bank of Nigeria asked microfinance institutions that provide c [...]
Former staff of the defunct national carrier, Nigeria Airways, will from Monday next week start receiving payment of their severance benefits from federal government.
The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Zaibab Ahmed in a statement in Abuja, said the payment worth N22.6billion will last for seven days [...]
Owners of assets outside the shores of the country have been given a 12month grace period, starting from October 8, within which they must declare and pay taxes on their assets abroad.
This directive follows the recent signing of the new executive order number eight, tagged Voluntary Offshore A [...]
Economic projections on Nigeria were relatively gloomy at the just concluded annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group, with experts predicting low economic growth among other indicators.
The country currently sits at a distant 152nd position among 157 countries, i [...]
The federal government has warned that the country is likely to experience shortage in rice production, owing to the flash flood currently being recorded in parts of the country.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development cautioned that if adequate measures were not taken to replant the [...]
Investment into the telecom sector in Nigeria has been steadily attracting deals worth $5billion every quarter since the beginning of 2018, bringing total investment in the sector since 2001 to $85billion.
According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, sector’s contribution to [...]
The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, NDIC, said it has paid over N11.50billion to depositors, creditors, and shareholders of failed banks as at 2017.
The Managing Director of NDIC, Alhaji Umaru Ibrahim, who disclosed this at the NDIC’s Special Day at the 13th Abuja International Tra [...]
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