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  • Uquo Field Gas Sale Raises Savannah Oil Revenue To $230m

    Nigerian gas-focused company, Savannah, has disclosed an increased revenues by 7 per cent to $230.5 million in 2021. The firm in November commenced gas sales from its Uquo field in Nigeria under a new contract. The London-listed company said cash balance increased 46 per cent  to $154.3 million over the ...

  • More Foreign Countries To Participate In Kaduna Trade Fair

    Many foreign countries, including Northern Ireland, Morocco and Tunisia, are expected to participate in the forthcoming 43rd Kaduna International Trade Fair in Kaduna State. The fair will commence on February 26, 2022. This was revealed when management of the Kaduna State Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADCCIMA) paid a courtesy ...

  • PANDEF Cautions Against Cover-up Of Law Graduate’s Murder

    Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) has admonished the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) not to cover up the killing of a young Nigerian law graduate from Buckingham University, United Kingdom (UK), Toritseju Emmanuel Jackson. Jackson, an indigene of Delta State, returned to the country to attend the Nigerian Law School and ...

  • Many countries are seeing a revival of industrial policy

    AS NATIONAL ECONOMIES and international trade were liberalised after the stagflation of the late 1970s, governments increasingly decided to allow corporate behaviour to follow commercial logic. Multinationals set up shop where it made most sense, allocating resources, outsourcing labour and automating factories to minimise costs and maximise profits. The reforms ...

  • PMI inches up to 52.1 in December

    The headline Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for the Turkish manufacturing industry remained above the 50 no-change mark in December 2021 and ticked up slightly to 52.1 from 52 in November, the latest PMI survey data from Istanbul Chamber of Industry and London-based IHS Markit have showed.

  • CPTPP to boost S. Korea’s trade: experts

    South Korea’s move to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement from the Trans-Pacific Partnership next year will work in favor of Asia’s fourth-largest economy’s trade, experts from the US and the UK said. “We believ

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