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Nigeria’s Foreign Direct Investment drops by $30m – CBN

The latest statistics obtained from the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has revealed that Foreign Direct Investment has dipped by 33.3 per cent which amounted to $30m in January.

How not to treat foreign investors in Nigeria, by Babatunde Abiodun

Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) are largely sought after by almost all countries of the world as they seek to grow their economy, improve capital flow, increase exchange rate stability, create job opportunities and remain competitive in international trade.

Nigerian govt impressed by Dangote refinery project, pledges constant crude oil supply

The Federal Government has pledged to support the ongoing Dangote Refinery and Petrochemical Plant project of with crude oil feedstock when the plant becomes operational.

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