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Nigeria gets short end of stick as OPEC fails to cut output

Nigeria gets short end of stick as OPEC fails to cut output

Nigeria emerged one of the losers yesterday, as OPEC producers reached a consensus not to cut oil production in order to stem the decline in prices. An agreement was reached instead, for member countries to stick to the current daily…

UBA dominates annual Banker Awards in London, wins in 5 categories

UBA dominates annual Banker Awards in London, wins in 5 categories

United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, one of Africa’s largest financial services institutions, has proved…

Ford Motors cautiously upbeat about plant in Nigeria

Ford Motors cautiously upbeat about plant in Nigeria

The ongoing Nigeria Automotive Industrial Development Plan (NAIDP) geared at stimulating the growth of local…

Poor data stalls health financing in Nigeria

Poor data stalls health financing in Nigeria

Availability of health data , analysts say is key to de-risking health financing in Nigeria.…

Intelligence

‘Book piracy threatens Nigeria’s intellectual industry growth’

‘Book piracy threatens Nigeria’s intellectual industry growth’

Ngwobia Okereke, president, Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA), has said that the major problem threatening the…

CAP Plc engages unemployed in capacity building

CAP Plc engages unemployed in capacity building

In line with its corporate social responsibility thrust, Chemical and Allied Products (CAP) Plc., manufacturers…

Schneider electric tackles skill gaps in engineering

Schneider electric tackles skill gaps in engineering

In an effort targeted at addressing the dearth of trained engineers in electrical and energy…

TEXEM, Oxford plan programme on sustainability

TEXEM, Oxford plan programme on sustainability

An executive education programme that will address the growing need for African executives to understand sustainability is being packaged by TEXEM and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford. According to a statement, the…