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    SUBSIDY REMOVAL: Economists see increased pressure on disposable income, sociopolitical backlash

    Leading economists have warned that should the Federal Government implement its planned removal of fuel subsidy and N340 pump price increment, Nigeria risks social...

    Nigerians see Petrol Prices Spike 340 Naira If Subsidy is Axed as “Ganged” Fuel Subsidy Cost Economy 3 Trillion Naira Revenue Loss

    ABUJA, Nov 25 Nigerians see Petrol price jump to 340 Naira per liter as plans for removed notorious corrupt fuel Subsidy cost local economy...

    Nigerian Roads: Death Traps for Commuters By Mukhtar Ya’u Madobi

    Incessant road traffic crashes on Nigerian roads is very perturbing. As a hydra-headed monster, these auto accidents on Nigerian highways have snuffed out the...

    Flour Mills Acquire 71.69% Stake in Honeywell Flour Mills

    Flour Mills of Nigeria (FMN) Plc and Honeywell Flour Mills on Monday announced a merger and acquisition deal valued at N80 billion. Honeywrll Group Limited,...

    In the dark: Nigeria’s Maiduguri struggles to recover without power

    By Libby George MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - A whirring machine churns out prints at the Gaza Printing Press in the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri...

    With Nigeria’s MPC Seen Retain Key Rates, FX Traders Seek Emerging-Market Gems Amid the Wreckage of 2021

    Bloomberg) -- Emerging-market currency traders will have to pick their fights carefully for the coming year after a surprisingly strong dollar and rising U.S....

    MPC to Weigh Options Amidst Q3’2021 GDP Slow Growth and Decline in Inflation Figures

    As the last Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting for the year 2021 scheduled to be held next week, November 22 and 23, where the...

    Population surge to spur Nigerian economic growth by 2.6% in “subdued” recovery, IMF says

    LAGOS -Nigeria's economy is likely to grow by 2.6% this year in a "subdued" recovery from last year's recession, the International Monetary Fund...

    Blinken says U.S. will do things differently in helping Africa meet infrastructure deficit

    By Libby George ABUJA (Reuters) - The U.S. will do things differently in helping Africa build its infrastructure needs, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said...

    Chinese infrastructure investment in Africa in principle a good thing, but U.S. wants ‘race to the top’ says Blinken

    By Felix Onuah ABUJA (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Thursday that Washington's involvement in infrastructure in Africa was not about...

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