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Experts list losers in FinTech, draw roadmap on inclusion @ NITRA summit

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Segments of the Nigerian population that were apparently left behind in Financial Technology (FinTech) inclusion  have been revealed. It would be recalled that the World Bank had in earlier days of technology revolution, averred that Financial Inclusion means that individuals and businesses have access to useful and affordable financial products and services that meet their needs and delivered in a ...

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Peter Obi lists three-way out of recession at GOCOP summit in Lagos

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…Bankers’ Committee feels Nigeria may have exited recession in 2nd or 3rd quarter 2017 Successful development banker, economist and former governor of Anambra State, Dr. Peter Obi in Lagos on Thursday, crafted three strategic way-out of recession for the Nigerian economy. This is as the Nigerian Bankers’ Committee; the same day after their meeting in Abuja, claimed that Nigeria may have ...

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Tincan Island Ports Customs Command ends training for Maritime Journalists

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Customs Area Controller of Tincan Island Port Command, Mr. Yusuf Bashar giving his closing remarks to participants at the closing ceremony for training of first Batch of Maritime Editors in Lagos. He said the training is part of the Commands Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) in giving back to the society and building up the capacities of maritime stakeholders. According to ...

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Maritime expert, Amiwero lists three factors foreign investors consider in decision making

More reasons have emerged on why foreign direct investment (FDI) has ebbed since last year to date. Leading maritime stakeholder and President of National Council of Managing Directors of Licensed Customs Agents (NCMDLCA), Mr. Lucky Amiwero Monday listed three key factors that are considered by serious investors before coming to any country including Nigeria. In his lead paper at the ...

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