Category: World

Nigeria Still Remains Investors Destination – IMF

 LEFT to RIGHT: Chairman House of Representatives on Capital Market Hon. Tajudeen Yusuf, Acting Director General Securities and Exchange Commission Dr. Abdul Zubair and Member of the Committee Hon. Fred Agbedi during oversight function at the SEC, Wednesday Monetary and regulatory authorities in Nigeria have been enjoined to roll out policies that would bring down…

Finally UN Response To Buhari Request;  Allocates $13.4 Million to Support North-East Nigeria Operations

Victims of Boko Haram in the North East of Nigeria – The United Nations, through the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund, has allocated $13.4 million to help thousands of children, women and men in need of urgent humanitarian assistance in crisis-hit north-east Nigeria. The humanitarian emergency in the northeastern Nigeria is one of the most severe in…

Lithuania donates EUR 26,000 to enhance trading capacity of developing countries

The Government of Lithuania is contributing EUR 26,000 (approximately CHF 30,000) to help developing and least-developed countries participate effectively in global trade. This donation to the WTO’s Doha Development Agenda Global Trust Fund will finance training workshops for officials in Geneva and elsewhere to help them better understand and implement WTO agreements and to take…

France donates EUR 50,000 to support food safety, animal/plant health standards and trade

France is contributing EUR 50,000 (approximately CHF 58,000) to the Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF) in 2017 to help developing countries comply with international food safety, animal and plant health standards and therefore access agricultural markets more easily. The donation will help developing and least-developed countries improve their sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) capacity. WTO…

WILL NIS ACTION ENDS INTELS OPERATION IN NIGERIA?

        According to a statement by the Nigeria immigration service, NIS, the decision was taken after the Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority, OGFZA, withdrew the operational licence. The affected staff are expected to leave Nigeria by November 30, 2017 failing which they might be deported by the ministry of interior.Intels, a…