Wabba • Seeks urgent action against financial outflows The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has flayed the continuous sales of public utilities by the Federal Government. In his address to commemorate the Public Service day, the President of ... The Guardian Nigeria, 16 hours ago
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Bloomberg The Central Bank of Nigeria used capital controls to stem an outflow of dollars after the naira crashed to a then-record in February 2015 as oil prices slumped. While stabilizing the currency, the controls deterred foreign investors and ...Naija Daily Wire, 1 week ago Nigeria's naira free float move sends it into free fall Destiny Man, 1 week ago Naira Plunges After Nigeria Ends Dollar Peg 4 Traders, 1 week ago Naira Plummets In Shift To Free Float After Oil Slump Uncova, 1 week ago
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Money market funds in Nigeria suffered an estimated N4bn of net outflows in the week that ended on April 15 th as confidence in their safe-haven status weakened following the current low interest rate regime of the Central Bank. The outflows signify ...Asoko Insight, 1 month ago Domestic Investors Dominate Trading at the Equities Market This Day Online, 1 month ago Onyema : Nigeria Will Come Out Stronger from Economic Downturn This Day Online, 1 month ago Nigerian stocks react to MSCI index news, hit 5-week high Naija247News, 1 month ago
FDI outflows from Africa are down 25% to $11.3bn as investors from SA, Nigeria and Angola reduced investment abroad, UnctadGlobal Advisors, 5 days ago Investors jittery over N100bn foreign investment withdrawal threat National Daily, 1 month ago Is Foreign Direct Investment Driving Capital Flight from Africa? The Real News Network, 5 days ago What Chinese investment means for African higher education Times Higher Education Supplement, 2 months ago
The Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), the country's sovereign wealth fund, and the Federal Ministry of Health, on Monday announced the launch of a comprehensive healthcare investment programme covering all six geo-political regions of ...Newsroom.ng, 1 month ago NSIA, Ministry Partner to Stop $1billion Annual Capital Flight in Medical Tourism BizWatchNigeria, 1 month ago FG mulls benchmark medical zone project Daily Trust Nigera, 6 days ago
Developing countries, including Nigeria, take a financial hit from students seeking quality education abroad. This is the conclusion of a new study published in Open Review of Educational Research. The authors, Husain Salilul Akareem and Syed ...Financial Nigeria, 1 month ago
Nigerian government seeks to reverse the outflow of over $1 billion spent on medical tourism yearly, the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), in collaboration with Ministry of Health, has concluded plans to bridge healthcare infrastructure ...Naija247News, 1 month ago NSIA, Ministry to stop $1bn capital flight in medical tourism Daily Sun, 1 month ago Counting costs of tax holidays, other fiscal incentives to Nigeria's economy National Mirror, 1 month ago Nigeria loses $2.9bn annually to tax incentives ActionAid National Mirror, 2 months ago
Lack of adquate cold storage and handling capacity for agricultural exports in Nigerian airports is crimping produce outflows and costing the country an estimated N100 billion annually, accruable from stepped up exports of perishable goods. This is ...Newsroom.ng, 1 month ago
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The rising trend of illicit financial outflow in Nigeria, which is up by 1491.37 percent to $26.735 billionwithin nine years, has been a concern to regulators including African leaders, as they seek measures to curb the menace, BusinessDay findings ...Newsroom.ng, 2 months ago Botswana Illicit financial flows top P200bn report Mmegi Online, 2 months ago
Aliko Dangote is Nigeria's richest man. With Agency reports Nigerian business tycoon Aliko Dangote has slipped 25 places on Bloomberg Billionaires Index, as the Naira tumbles to record lows. Dangote's fortune has reduced by 3-point-7 billion ...Newsroom.ng, 6 days ago Aliko Dangote loses billions as naira plunges Destiny Man, 1 week ago Dangote loses $3.7billion on plunging naira The Guardian Nigeria, 1 week ago Just how big was the naira's Monday tumble? Africa's richest person Dangote lost $3.7 billion Mail & Guardian Africa, 1 week ago
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