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    How taxation can build back Nigeria’s economy from COVID-19 pandemic losses -AfDB President

    “Government efforts to secure investments should not be based on giving too much “fiscal sugar” to the companies, so they do not suffer from “fiscal diabetes”.

    Why Dangote Group is building concrete roads in Nigeria – Aliko

    The company said it was part of the Group’s determination to support government and the Nigerian people in order to grow the economy and facilitate ease of doing business in…

    AU opens COVID-19 vaccines pre-orders for 55 member-countries

    African Union (AU) has secured a provisional 270 million COVID-19 vaccine doses for Africa

    Nigeria Commodity Exchange repositions for AfCFTA

    To take advantage of the various opportunities that would become available with the take-off of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA),

    Group faults plan to auction govt. property to fund 2021 budget deficit

    The Federal Government must find alternative means of financing the N5.6billion deficit in 2021 budget, rather than disposing of public properties to raise funding, a civic society group has said.

    Stanbic IBTC opts out of Bureau De Change operations; to focus on core business

    Citing regulatory changes, Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC on Wednesday announced its decision to relinquish its Bureau De Change operating license and discontinue the business.

    Rivers, Bayelsa, two others ineligible for World Bank-assisted performance grants to states

    Only Rivers, Bayelsa, Imo and Zamfara states were ineligible to benefit from the N123.348 billion performance-based grants to the 36 states of the federation.

    How Finance Act will help realize 2021 Budget targets -Minister

    The N13.5trillion Budget of ‘Economic Recovery and Resilience’ aims at accelerating the country’s economic recovery, promoting social inclusion and strengthening the resilience of the economy to recover from the impact…

    2021 Budget: How Nigerian govt. will finance N5.6trillion deficit

    The Federal Government said on Tuesday the N5.6trillion deficit in the 2021 Budget would be financed mainly from domestic and foreign borrowings, loans and proceeds from the privatization of public…

    Dangote cement completes first tranche of share buyback; remains Africa’s dominant cement producer

    Dangote Cement PLC, a public company listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Monday announced the completion of the first tranche of its share buyback programme by successfully re-purchasing about…