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‘Nigeria spends $10b on foreign certified welders yearly’

‘Nigeria spends $10b on foreign certified welders yearly’

Despite the fact that President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Executive Order Five to control job losses, Nigeria still spends over $10 billion yearly to hire certified welders into the country according to the Managing Director, Mudiame International Limited, Sunny Eromosele He said the nation’s current economic situation and unemployment crisis may worsen if the Nigerian […] …

MAN tasks FG to address recurrent trade malpractices at borders

Truck Transit Parks as antidote to road carnage

THE Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) on Friday urged the Federal Government to address recurrent trade malpractices at the borders by deploying appropriate border surveillance technology and improving logistic arrangements to tackle smuggling. The Director-General of the association, Mr Segun Ajayi-Kadir told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the advice became pertinent when purchases […]
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Ahmed Mansur emerges new MAN president, pledges collaboration with FG

Ahmed Mansur emerges new MAN president, pledges collaboration with FG

NAN The new President, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Mr Ahmed Mansur, has pledged to improve the association’s collaboration with the Federal Government toward boosting the competitiveness of the nation’s manufacturing sector. Mansur, who is also an Executive Director, Dangote Industries Ltd., made the pledge on Monday in Lagos. He said that the association would […]
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Alcohol manufacturers reject excise duty hike, say it’s against ease of doing business

Alcohol manufacturers reject excise duty hike, say it’s against ease of doing business

The Distillers and Blenders Association of Nigeria (DIBAN) say it is not in support of the new tax regime announced by the federal government. Speaking at a press conference on The post Alcohol manufacturers reject excise duty hike, say it’s against ease of doing business appeared first on TheCable.

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