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The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry explained why Nigerian economy might lose an estimated N150 billion daily if PENGASSAN and NUPENG go on strike.
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Lagos state is the most populated city in Africa and one of the fastest growing cities in the world. The city is described as the commercial centre of Nigeria.
AfraAsia Bank's Africa Wealth Report 2017 made a comparison of 23 African cities with the highest number of billionaires as at the year 2016 and this is it.
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Mr. Tony Elumelu has tasked more African Development Institutions to fund intra-Africa trade and businesses in a manner which will boost Africa's economy.
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The Retail Leaders Conference seeks to present Retail as the key pillar of national economic growth that stakeholders must support for economic growth.
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The Managing Director of LADOL - Nigeria’s leading offshore logistics company, Amy Jadesimi has called on private sector economies to do more in exploring SDGs.
In other to measure countries state, the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) computed the “Sustainable Economic Development Assessment” (SEDA) for 2016.
The Nigerian economy shrunk by 1.5 percent in 2016 for the first time in 25 years according to the National Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday, February 28.
I am not saying that the IMF is bad; I am just saying that right now, we do not see that need. We feel that this is a problem that Nigerians created one way.
A Nigerian man whose name cannot be ascertain as at the time of filing this report is trying to take his own life at Jakande pedestrian bridge in Lekki, Lagos.
The government’s economic blueprint for the next four years is due to be released this month and expectations are high that the document will end the recession.
Minister of state for budget and national planning Zainab Ahmed says ex-president Goodluck Jonathan's economic plan was a very laudable one.
In the last year, Nigeria has lost the economic position of Africa's largest oil producer to Angola after production fell to 1.5m barrels