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Business Legislations and Resources in Nigeria

Business Legislations and Resources in Nigeria

INVESTMENT LEGISLATION’S IN NIGERIA.

It is well documented fact that Nigeria, a country of well over 140,000,000 people with a population growth of 5.7% per annum represent the largest market for any product and services meant for the African continent. This market guarantees an expanding and sustainable demand for product and […]

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CABOTAGE LAW AND IT’S BENEFIT TO THE ECONOMY IN NIGERIA

The Coastal and inland shipping ACT otherwise known as the Cabotage ACT was enacted in 2003 in order to restrict the use of Foreign Vessels in domestic coastal trade to promote the development of Indigenous tonnage and to establish a cabotage vessel financing fund and for related […]

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REVISED GUIDELINE ON BUSINESS PERMIT AND QUOTA

(1)INTRODUCTION The Citizenship and Business Department has responsibility for administering and enforcing the provisions of the immigration Act, 1963 relate to the establishment of business in Nigeria and the employment of expatriates. In other Words, the Department is entrusted principally with the following responsibilities; (i) Issuance of […]

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NATIONAL POLICY ON MINERALS METAL IN NIGERIA

An established and well managed solid minerals sub-sector will accelerate economic, social and political growth of Nigeria by provision of gainful employment and a rise in national income earnings far exceeding the petroleum sector. In addition, solid minerals will provide local raw materials for industries and bring […]

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PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AS A VEHICLE OF INVESTMENT IN NIGERIA.

The Recent entrance of Mediterranean Consulting Company {MCC} S.A of Switzerland to acquire up to $20 Billion 25 years notes in form of certificate of deposit {CD’S},bond or medium term notes {MTN} in the infrastructural financing market in Nigeria through public-private partnership is a testimony of the […]

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