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Francophone Africa – The Continent’s Hottest Hospitality Market

Francophone Africa – The Continent’s Hottest Hospitality Market

🕔04:28, 19.Oct 2018

Identified as a strategic growth point for major international hotel brands, Francophone Africa has become one of the world’s most competitive and lucrative deal making environments. In a market first, the FrancoReal Summit (www.FrancoReal.com) taking place in Dakar, Senegal on 16 and 17 October 2018, will provide the platform for hospitality leaders from the Radisson Hotel Group, Mangalis Hotel Group and Accorhotels to engage with regional investors and developers.

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Investors To Explore USD82Million Worth Of Business Opportunities

Investors To Explore USD82Million Worth Of Business Opportunities

🕔04:18, 19.Oct 2018

Leading business leaders, policy makers and prominent development campaigners joined over 200 delegates to launch the first ever Nutrition Africa Investor Forum (https://www.GainHealth.org/knowledge-centre/event/nutrition-africa-investor-forum/) in Nairobi, Kenya. High-level representatives from the World Bank, European Commission, International Finance Corporation, Kenya Commercial Bank, Graça Machel Trust and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation joined the high-level gathering focused on unlocking the business potential of small and medium enterprises working to improve the nutritional quality of the food system across Africa. The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) (www.GainHealth.org), a Swiss Foundation, and Royal DSM –a purpose-led global science-based company in nutrition, health and sustainable living –are co-hosting this drive to generate greater investments to improve nutrition in Africa.

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Naira Gains By 41Kobo Against The Dollar In Investors, Exporters Window

Naira Gains By 41Kobo Against The Dollar In Investors, Exporters Window

🕔07:26, 17.Oct 2018

The Naira, yesterday, Tuesday saw a decline to N364.33/dollar in the Investors and Exporters (I&E) window even as the volume of dollars traded rose by 224 percent.

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Why We Want To Sell Ajaokuta Steel

Why We Want To Sell Ajaokuta Steel

🕔05:44, 16.Oct 2018

The Federal Government has made it clear that it would sell the Ajaokuta Steel Company and other assets owned by the country.

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FG Shuns IMF’s Advice On Revenue, Tax

FG Shuns IMF’s Advice On Revenue, Tax

🕔08:32, 15.Oct 2018

The Federal Government has stated that it will not harken to the calls made by the International Monetary Fund(IMF), urging Nigeria to increase her revenue through tax.

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DMO Speaks On Nigeria’s Debt Crisis

DMO Speaks On Nigeria’s Debt Crisis

🕔07:47, 12.Oct 2018

The Director General of the Debt Management Office (DMO), Patience Oniha, has spoken on the debt crisis bedeviling the country as claimed in some sections of the media.

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FG Rues Continuous Closure Of Nigerian Shops In Ghana

FG Rues Continuous Closure Of Nigerian Shops In Ghana

🕔14:13, 11.Oct 2018

The Federal Government is unhappy with the continued closure of Nigerians shops in Ghana two weeks after President Koffi Nana-Akudo gave the order to reopen them.

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NSE Clamps Down On Six Companies

NSE Clamps Down On Six Companies

🕔06:13, 9.Oct 2018

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday, came down heavily on six listed companies by suspending them from trading their shares in the Stock Exchange.

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Why 11 DisCos Must Capitalise For N1.5trn Investment Needs

Why 11 DisCos Must Capitalise For N1.5trn Investment Needs

🕔06:56, 8.Oct 2018

The Managing Director of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Mr. Usman Gur Mohammed, has explained the need for 11 Distribution Companies (DisCos) to capitalise to meet the estimated $4.262 billion (about N1.549 trillion) funding for new transformers and injection substations, Daily Trust reports

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Why Foreign Reserves Have Continued To Drop–CBN

Why Foreign Reserves Have Continued To Drop–CBN

🕔07:18, 4.Oct 2018

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has given reasons why the country’s foreign reserves have continued to drop.

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