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What President Trump Wants from Global Trade

President Donald Trump’s approach to international trade is driven to a large extent by his belief that the United States is being unfairly treated by other countries. His main supporting evidence is the trade deficit – the US buys more than it sells internationally. He has referred to the deficit

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Mauritius Risks European Union Blacklist, for Money Laundering

The European Union has included Mauritius on its revised list of high-risk countries with strategic deficiencies in anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing frameworks. Famous as a financial haven in Africa, Mauritius harbours investments by wealthy individuals within and outside the continent who build companies and investments on the island because o

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NAICOM To Enforce Compulsory Insurance of Public Buildings

To drive the enforcement of the compulsory insurance of public buildings across the country, The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) in Abuja has inaugurated a technical committee. The committee was inaugurated by NAICOM’s Commissioner for Insurance, Mr Mohammed Kari, and it has membership drawn from NAICOM, the Federal Fire Service (FFS)

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Almost 90% of SME in Africa Fear End to their Business

Almost 90% of African small businesses, SMEs including those in Nigeria, fear they may not survive the Covid-19 crisis, and need access to practical tools and support to prevent financial loss, according to a recent survey of entrepreneurs by the African Management Institute (AMI). Of entrepreneurs participating in AMI’s free

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U.S. Throws Down Gauntlet to China With Mozambique LNG Loan

U.S. President Donald Trump’s sparring with China is playing out in an unlikely new arena: the sandy turf of northern Mozambique, one of the world’s poorest countries. The U.S. Export-Import Bank on Thursday approved the broadened scope of a $4.7 billion loan to back American suppliers to a liquefied-natural-gas development that could transform the

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Zimbabwe Tobacco Sales Start Despite Virus-Related Delay

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to weaken the global economy, Zimbabwean farmers are looking to tobacco production for sustenance. Farmers started selling their tobacco crop on Wednesday (April 29), after the outbreak delayed the opening of auctions, which provide vital foreign currency inflows. Coming a month later than usual, farmers,

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E-commerce powers Africa’s rapidly expanding fashion sector

Thirty-two-year-old Gambian economist Marie Ba used to buy most of her clothes online from British fashion retailer ASOS. But when she wanted to update her closet with some tailored wax print African dresses, she took a chance ordering through Ghana’s KIKI Clothing platform. “I was looking for something well designed

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Nigeria Signs Power Deals to Address Transmission Challenges

Nigeria is close to realizing full privatization of electricity generation facilities under the National Integrated Power Project (NIPP) after the government signed an agreement with InfraCredit, to provide up to N300 billion for investors. Along with the infrastructure credit enhancement deal, the government has also set up a committee for

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Nigerian Stock Exchange-Investors lose N265bn

Nigerian Stock Exchange-Investors lose N265bn

On Thursday 11 July, Investors in the Nigerian Stock Exchange saw the value of their investments decline by N265bn.<br>The market capitalization of equities was lifted above N14tn as the market recorded a marginal gain at the close of trading, After the listing of Airtel Africa Plc’s shares on the NSE

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