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NAGAFF angered by Police interference on trade

NAGAFF angered by Police interference on trade

The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) has expressed anger and disgust over what it describes as incessant and ‘undue’ Police interference in the daily affairs of legitimate…

GE confirms readiness to invest $2bn in Railways

GE confirms readiness to invest $2bn in Railways

The General Electric (GE), an American corporate giant, has indicated readiness to invest $2 billion in the nation’s railway project. The company in a press statement said its equity…

FG may ban wood export

FG may ban wood export

There are indications that the federal government may ban export of wood. This indication was given Tuesday in Abuja by the Minister of Environment, Mrs. Amina Mohammed, who said this…

Senate to review tax laws to promote investments

The Senate has concluded plans to review tax laws in a bid to attract investments into the country. Part of the review is to streamline existing multiple tax laws, the…

Ease of doing business and corruption at the borders and ports

Ease of doing business and corruption at the borders and ports

After months of mere sound bites and public statements, a Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council has been approved by President Muhammadu Buhari, to drive government’s promise to significantly reduce…

South Korean truck drivers go on strike

South Korean truck drivers go on strike

Transport Minister Kang Ho-in called the walkout by more than 7,000 unionized truckers “unjustified” and “an act of betrayal,” vowing swift action against participants, according to a report…

All port tenants to pay rent–NPA Management

All port tenants to pay rent–NPA Management

All government agencies, as well as private corporations occupying spaces in the nation’s seaports will henceforth pay rents to the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), the NPA Management has said…

Rice imports remain banned through land borders, Nigeria Customs Service insists

Rice imports remain banned through land borders, Nigeria Customs Service insists

The Nigeria Customs Service(NCS) at the weekend restated its stand that importation of rice through the land borders remain banned. National Public Relations Officer of the NCS, Deputy Comptroller…

Right trade, transport policies key to sustain economy growth in Africa-Shippers

Right trade, transport policies key to sustain economy growth in Africa-Shippers

Developing and growing Africa’s economy require the right trade and transport policies,participants at a two-day forum on how to improve trade and transport infrastructure in Africa…

Customs Tin-Can Island Port Command generates N25.6 bn in September

Customs Tin-Can Island Port Command generates N25.6 bn in September

The Nigeria Customs Service, Tin-Can Island Port Command, has disclosed that it generated N25.6 billion for the month of September, a figure lower than the N26 billion it…