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The Asaba Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ASACCIMA) has urged the federal and state governments to revitalise the textile industry in the country in order to create more jobs. President of the chamber, Emmanuel Moweta, made the call in Asaba, Delta State. Moweta appealed to government...

European Union lending arm, the European Investment Bank (EIB), has disclosed that it provided over $23.1 billion for long-term investment to Nigeria and...

The continued failure of commodity prices to recover significantly and the global slowdown of economic growth, especially in China and other emerging markets,...

In the current year, the real sector will be a close watch for policymakers to re-jig the dwindling economy, even as industrialists push for permanent...

Six months after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) replaced the fixed exchange rate regime with flexible exchange rate regime, industrialists are still...

The Director-General of Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Osita Anthony Aboloma, disclosed that it had an inventory of over N400 million worth of...

As 2016 gradually comes to an end, the real sector of the economy during the period was marred by economic challenges, which rendered the sector’s growth...

Having secured control of 22 per cent Tanzania’s cement market, the government of Tanzania has said it is in talks with the management of Dangote cement...

There is a sense of urgency to accelerate investment in Africa in order to make energy more accessible and infrastructure more resilient as climate change...

The United States has charged the Federal Government to replicate the one-stop-shop for import and export in the country to improve efficient processing...

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