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Business a.m. 22h
Low registration for Nigeria’s top level domain name, .ng, is responsible for loss of money to foreign economies by the Nigeria state, Business A.M has gathered...
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Business a.m. 22h
Palm oil futures on Tuesday took a nosedive after two days of bullish trading in the Malaysian market as rival oils in the global market...
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Business a.m. 22h
Hameed Ali, the comptroller-general of Customs, on Tuesday said that the decision to suspend the supply of petrol to communities at the border was taken to check the...
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Business a.m. 23h
The African Development Bank (AfDB) this morning in Johannesburg, South Africa, made a $50 million minority equity Investment in Africa Finance Corporation...
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Business a.m. 23h
Global oil demand growth is expected to slow from 2025 as fuel efficiency improves and the use of electrified vehicles increases but is unlikely to peak in the next two decades, the International Energy Agency said on Wednes..
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Business a.m. 24h
Visa Inc is set to acquire a significant minority stake in Interswitch, a payment platform based in Nigeria.
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Business a.m. Nov 13
More pictorials from the ongoing Africa Investment Forum in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Business a.m. Nov 12
Nigeria is in dire need of N2.391 trillion to deploy more base transceiver stations (BTSs) if the current issues of access and connectivity gap must be addressed in the country, Business A.M exclusive findings have shown.
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Business a.m. Nov 12
Oil rose further above $62 a barrel on Tuesday, supported by hopes that U.S. President Donald Trump may signal progress on trade talks with China and lower inventories at a US oil hub.
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Business a.m. Nov 11
President Cyril Ramaphosa played the perfect host here in Johannesburg, South Africa Monday as the gathering of investors, business men and women as well as leaders of governments and internatio...
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Business a.m. Nov 11
Nigeria maritime industry stakeholders have begun review of  Draft National Maritime Transport Policy (NMTP) to ensure it is elaborate enough to drive the growth of the maritime se...
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Business a.m. Nov 11
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has denied involvement of its officers in collecting un-receipted payments to allow passage of fairly used vehicles into the country despite the border closure.
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Business a.m. Nov 11
President Nana Akufo-Addo has just signed the concession agreement for the proposed Accra sky train project...
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Business a.m. Nov 11
The absence of rail transportation system in Nigerian ports has continued to be a source of worry to the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman, managing director of the...
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Business a.m. Nov 11
Nigerian shippers and freight forwarders have called on the federal government to stop the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) from dismantling the Secure Anchorage Area (SAA) operated by OMS Limited, which provides...
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Business a.m. Nov 11
Pictorials from the ongoing Africa Investment Forum in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Business a.m. Nov 11
According to the data obtained from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), 22 Nigerian banks attracted 33.16 per cent of the total amount of foreign investment recorded in the first half of the year, which stood at $...
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Business a.m. Nov 11
have converged on Johannesburg, South Africa, where the second edition of Africa Investment Forum (AIF), the brainchild of the African Development Bank (AfDB), opens today, Monday 11 November.
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Business a.m. Nov 8
The Presidency has confirmed that President Muhammadu Buhari laid off some aides to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo as part of an ongoing overhauling of the...
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Business a.m. Nov 8
The Federal Government of Nigeria has paid N157.35 billion to all the states in the federation. The money represents pay-as-you-earn tax liabilities owed by...
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