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HOW TO EARN SCARCE FOREIGN EXCHANGE STARTING THESE BUSINESSES IN NIGERIA.

Nigeria will continue to struggle with its readjustment to low oil prices, and some policies being pursued by the central bank will further constrain growth in the near term. Africa’s top oil producer introduced curbs on buying foreign-exchange from late 2014 in a bid to prop up […]

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FREE TRADE ZONE IN NIGERIA AND THE LOCAL CONTENT ACT.

In order to lessen the difficulties caused by the various import restrictions, the free trade zone idea was initiated. Free trade zone is an enclave and not considered part of the country to which it is contiguous as far as import regulations are concerned. A free trade […]

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BEYOND ECONOMIC REPAIR {BER} PHONE EXPORT IN NIGERIA.

A lot as been said in the area of creating wealth from waste especially from the recycling of plastic materials and paper. However, as it seems the problem most entrepreneurs in this part of the world when they want to start such a business is in the […]

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WASTE CAR BATTERY RECYCLING IN NIGERIA; WASTE TO WEALTH SERIES.

So much as been said about the number and age of the vehicles on our roads and the traffic jams they cause daily. Apart from the effect on the environment as a result of the large petroleum product which these cars consumes daily in order to be […]

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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN WASTE MANAGEMENT THROUGH PUBLIC –PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERSHIP.

Lagos is regarded as the commercial capital of Nigeria and the nation’s centre of excellence. With a population of over 18,000,000 people and generating 9,000 tones of waste per day, Lagos has an expanding and sustainable need for investment in the management of waste. The investment required […]

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TOOTHPICK PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA; THE OPPORTUNITY.

So much has been said and written about the investment opportunities in the agricultural sector in Nigeria especially in crop, livestock and fishery production to the disadvantage of the forestry sub sector. This situation has lead to the forestry sub sector contributing only 3% of the over 40% […]

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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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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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