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    We Have Disbursed N2bn Loan to Assist Women — BOI Boss

    THE Bank of Industry (BOI)  has disbursed N2 billion under its cooperative lending scheme to assist Nigerian women.

    Dangote to Produce 1m Tonnes of Sugar Annually

    SAVANNAH Sugar Company (SSC) in Numan, Adamawa State, owned by Dangote Industries Limited (DIL) has announced a major expansion project that will enable it produce one million tonnes of sugar annually by 2013.

    China Partners Nigeria on Industrial Devt

    THE Chinese government may have indicated interest to partner the Nigeria government on trade and investment as a step towards boosting the country's commerce, manufacturing and industry sector, Business World, has gathered.

    Malaysian Firm to Flood Nigeria with Tonnes of Rice

    FOLLOWING a recent contract with Nigeria, Malaysia's GGF Group, will next year flood the country with tonnes of rice as part of the company's new market strategy at capturing the greater chunk of African market.

    Nestle Directors Inspect New Factory Site in Shagamu

    BUOYED by the need to stimulate sustainable growth , increase market share and broaden its nutrition, health and  wellness business platform, Nestle Nigeria Plc is fast-tracking construction work  at the new factory site in Shagamu, Ogun State.

    Sun Certifies Dana Plast

    DANA Plastic Limited, one of Nigeria's leading plastics manufacturers, recently received the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) Silver Certificate in recognition of its products' conformity with the Nigerian Industrial Standards (NIS).

    When OPS Doubts FG’s Commitment to Manufacturing Sector

    PERHAPS, the best way to interpret  the attitude of the nation's organised private sector(OPS) to government's policy pronouncements is they are no longer worth reacting to, as they quickly  end up as mere rhetoric. This is just the way its members are reacting to the recent statement by the federal government that it has introduced new measures to strengthen the manufacturing sector for growth.

    Ohakim Advocates Diversification of IGR Sources

    GOVERNOR Ikedi Ohakim of Imo State has advocated for the expansion of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) sources other than taxation in view of the attendant difficulties experienced in the global economy.
    He said that taxation is central to infrastructural development, recalling that in the colonial days specific companies were established to pursue investments for the regions.

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