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MAN expresses fear over 2019 budget

MAN expresses fear over 2019 budget

The Manufacturers opined that the 2019 Budget has important provisions aimed at reinforcing and building on the recent accomplishment of the economy. Bimbola Oyesola Nigeria’s Organised Private Sector (OPS) yesterday expressed concern that the manufacturers in broad terms could be in for tougher operating environment in 2019 with the failure of the Federal Government to […]
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Why Commonwealth can’t do without Nigeria – Lord Marland, CWEIC boss

Why Commonwealth can’t do without Nigeria – Lord Marland, CWEIC boss

Chinwendu Obienyi Lord Marland is the Chairman of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC), which was established in July 2014, with the support of the Commonwealth Secretariat to provide investment and enterprise development within the British Commonwealth countries and beyond. In this interview with Daily Sun in Lagos, Marland gave more insight and perspectives […]
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Lagos Lawmaker hails FG, NLC, OPS over minimum wage truce

A Lagos lawmaker, Mr Olusegun Olulade, on Tuesday commended the Federal Government, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Organised Private Sector (OPS), for reaching a truce on the proposed new minimum wage, which averted a nationwide strike.
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OPS to partner Oyo govt on tax drive

OPS to partner Oyo govt on tax drive

Organised private sectors in Oyo State under the aegis of Ibadan Chamber of Commerce and Industries have assured the Oyo state government of collaborative partnership that would aid and promote business and mutual understanding. The group gave the assurance while playing host to the management team of the Oyo State Board of Internal Revenue (OYBIR)Read More …

Minister seeks OPS collaboration with govt

Minister seeks OPS collaboration with govt

The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Okechukwu Enelamah has called for active collaboration between the Organised Private Sector (OPS) and the government. He said the long-term objective of nation building can only take place when there is synergy between the government and the OPS. The Minister stated this during a visit by theRead More …

OPS, marketers fault PIGB on single regulator for oil industry

OPS, marketers fault PIGB on single regulator for oil industry

The Organised Private Sector (OPS) and oil marketers have faulted the provision of a single regulator, the Nigerian Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NPRC) in the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB) by the National Assembly. They spoke jointly to reporters in Lagos yesterday. While  the OPS was represented by its Chairman, Economic Policy Committee, Manufacturers Association ofRead More
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OPS, oil marketers fault PIGB on single regulator for petroleum industry

OPS, oil marketers fault PIGB on single regulator for petroleum industry

The Organised Private Sector (OPS) and oil marketers have faulted the provision of a single regulator, the Nigerian Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NPRC), in the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB) by the National Assembly. They spoke at a briefing in Lagos. While  the OPS was represented by the Chairman, Economic Policy Committee, the Manufacturers Association ofRead More
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Professionals, OPS, others criticise Lagos new Land Use Charge

Professionals, OPS, others criticise Lagos new Land Use Charge

THE re-enactment of the Lagos State Land Use Charge to Law replace the one enacted in 2001, was greeted with strident public outcry obviously due to misunderstanding of its provisions. However, a detailed look at the Land Use Charge, LUC, Law (2018), which is the state government’s property tax, indicates that it is a consolidation of ground rent, tenement rate, and neighbourhood improvement levy.
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