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  • Marketing Internazionale

    How to negotiate in Nigeria

    Nigeria has a population of more than 190 million people. Nigeria's economy is strong and there are many possibilities to do business in this country but the people of Nigeria are largely unaware of the rules of the western world. They have their unique understandings and perspectives on how to conduct business ...

  • Marketing Internazionale

    Islamic commercial law: limits, advantages and disadvantages

    Islamic commercial law contains some articles that are generally unfamiliar to lawyers in other legal systems in western countries and that are designed to protect contracting parties. Developments in Islam-inspired commercial law have sought to provide for the needs of Muslims to engage in trades such as buying their nedds ...

  • 21 Nov
    Italian Innovation Days

    Iniziativa promossa da Agenzia ITA/ICE, Camera di Commercio Italiana a Singapore,CNR, Enea, Confindustria Sistemi Innovativi, Compagnia delle Opere, Enel, Unioncamere, Unioncamere Lazio eUnindustria, in partnership con la rete Enterprise Europe Network e realizzata in collaborazione con la Singapore International Chamber of Commerce, la Singapore Business Federation e la Singapore Manufacturing ...

  • 26 Apr
    AGROFOOD NIGERIA 2016

    Fiera internazionale per l'agricoltura, tecnologie per il confezionamento delle bevande, generi alimentari ed "hospitality". La fiera si terrà dal 26 al 28 aprile 2016 a Lagos presso il Landmark Centre.

  • Foreign ministry officials meet over Nigeria-Morocco row

    As part of moves to contain the fallout of the diplomatic row between Nigeria and Morocco, principal officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have been holding series of meetings at the ministry building in Abuja. Checks indicated that the admission by President Goodluck Jonathan that he did not speak to ...

  • Nigeria’s Economy In Danger – Report

    International rating agency, Standard & Poor’s (S&P), yesterday, warned that Nigeria’s economy is in a “clear and present danger,” even as data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) revealed that Nigeria earned N12.8 trillion from crude oil export in 2014.The rating agency, in a presentation by its regional ...

  • Nigeria’s external trade value hits N24.4trn

    ….records N9.97trn trade surplus The total value of Nigeria’s external merchandise trade at the end of last year stood at N24.4trn, representing N3.17trn or 14.9 per cent greater than the value recorded in the preceding year. The Report of the country’s 4th Quarter Merchandise Trade published yesterday by the National Bureau of ...

  • Business Beat: Scangroup appoints CEO for Africa

    Scangroup has announced leadership changes at Scanad Africa. Sandeep Madan, who had been leading the Scanad Kenya and Ghana operations, has been promoted and is now Scanad Africa's chief executive, which has five fully owned operations in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Business: Scangroup appoints CEO for Africa

    Scangroup has announced leadership changes at Scanad Africa. Sandeep Madan, who had been leading the Scanad Kenya and Ghana operations, has been promoted and is now Scanad Africa's chief executive, which has five fully owned operations in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Nigeria: Investors' Confidence in Economy Nosedives

    [Vanguard] The recent devaluation of the Naira and mounting uncertainty surrounding the elections is already taking its toll on the economy as investors' confidence in the economy's performance has ebbed.

  • Dwindling import revenue worsens Nigeria’s economic plight

    Nigeria’s economy, the biggest in Africa, has been adversely affected by the current dwindling oil prices and inadequate non-oil revenue capacity over the years. However, the decline in import revenue, which is expected to have provided the cushioning fiscal buffer for the economy tends to worsen the nation’s economic plight. ...

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