Thursday, July 19, 2018
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Nigeria’s Crude Oil Taps Set To Open Again But For How Long?

Behind the high walls of the Nigeria’s presidential villa referred to as Aso Rock, there must be some sighs of relief. The most deadly...

Why Buhari’s 2016 budget is “Dead on Arrival.”

President Buhari and his team of ministers have touted the 2016 budget as the document that will change the fortunes of Nigerians. Sadly, the...
Vice President Corporate and Government Relations Olam Nigeria

Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council: Elixir For Achieving Competitiveness

ADE ADEFEKO Many of my readers know how fascinated I am with the East African Country, Rwanda and how often I regal you with tales...

Mining Industry Needs To Stop, Think, Act — PwC Mine 2017 Report

According to PwC’s Mine 2017 report, the world’s Top 40 miners recovered from a race to the bottom, with bolstered balance sheets and a...
Hein Boegman CEO for PwC Africa

Africa’s CEOs Seize Opportunities Uncertainty Brings

Notwithstanding the current economic and socio-political uncertainty, numerous companies in Africa are still positive about the growth potential of the continent. PwC research across...

Explaining Nigeria’s Missing Dollar Inflows Despite Naira Float (I)

The Theory of Rational Action claims human beings are abstract symbol manipulators that seek to maximize their self-interest.  The basic premise of this theory is...

Explaining Nigeria’s Missing Dollar Inflows Despite Naira Float (II)

Explaining Nigeria’s missing dollar inflows despite naira float (II) Here are some of the apparent reasons while FPIs are not taking advantage of the Nigeria’s...

Ntel Offers Free Calls for Life as it Goes Live in Lagos, Abuja

ntel, Nigeria’s most advanced 4G/LTE network has announced the commencement of its phased and paced commercial operations with an offer of free calls for...

Business Growth Remains High On African Boardroom Agenda

PwC’s Africa Business Agenda report shows that 85% of African CEOs (Global: 85%) are confident in their own company’s prospects for revenue growth...

Here are the major headwinds facing Nigerian banks

The Nigerian banking market is facing serious headwinds from slow GDP growth, falling FX reserves/ availability and regulatory pressures. The regulatory pressures on banks...
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