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Shipping firms plan N30b refund to importers, agents

Shipping firms plan N30b refund to importers, agents

On-going negotiations between shipping companies and the Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) will lead to refund of over N30 billion to importers and clearing agents, it was learnt at the weekend. The negotiation, it was gathered, was based on the fear that the Supreme Court may rule in favour of the Council in a suit challenging […]
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Palliatives needed for importers

Biafra’ll be realistic this year – Apostle Mazuruike

Over the years, we have shouted ourselves hoarse over the precarious situation of the Apapa ports infrastructure and the attendant traffic chaos. Unless efforts being made to address them begin to yield results the effects will be felt in the economy.
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Importers fault revenue target for NCS, FIRS

Importers fault revenue target for NCS, FIRS

Importers and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) have faulted the revenue targets given by the Federal government to the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and other government agencies at ports. One of the importers and a member of the group, Chief Michael Adejare said there were negative manifestationsRead More
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Publish vehicles charges, importers urge Customs

Publish vehicles charges, importers urge Customs

How much does it cost to clear a vehicle at the ports? This is the question terminal operators, importers and Nigerians in Diaspora are demanding an answer to from the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS). They have asked the Customs Comptroller-General (CCG), Col. Hameed Ali (rtd), to publish the cost in newspapers and on the website.Read More
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Stop abusing ECOWAS protocol, importers, agents told

Stop abusing ECOWAS protocol, importers, agents told

Importers and clearing agents at land borders have been urged to stop abusing the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Trade Liberalisation Scheme (ETLS) to boost revenue and facilitate trade. World Cargo Investment Managing Director Adesope Aderoju, who spoke with The Nation at Seme Border,  said ETLS was introduced by ECOWAS to facilitate theRead More …

Ship owners, importers back NIMASA’s 5% growth  forecast 

The Nigerian Shipowners Association (NISA), importers and clearing agents have urged the Federal Government to work with the  five per cent growth forecast by the Nigerian Maritime Administrator and Safety Agency ( NIMASA). According to them, there has been a steady increase in the level of investments and freight earnings from the sector, urging theRead More
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