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Utomi: Nigeria Urgently Needs to Court - THISDAY Newspapers
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THISDAY NewspapersUtomi: Nigeria Urgently Needs to CourtTHISDAY NewspapersSecond headline: We Should Empower Subnational Governments to Drive Development, As Centralisation Strategy Has Failed, Pat Utomi is a professor of political economy and a management expert. He is a professor at the Lagos Business School, a Fellow ...
 
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Ghana's economic challenges requires an ambitious programme - Trade Minister - Ghana News Agency
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Ghana News AgencyGhana's economic challenges requires an ambitious programme - Trade MinisterGhana News AgencyAccra, Aug. 19, GNA – Mr Alan Kyeremateng, Minister of Trade and Industry, has defended the introduction of far-reaching programmes by government to revamp Ghana's economy saying the country's peculiar challenges require an ambitious action to ...and more »
 
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Foot Locker's Woes - In A Market Economy Those Who Live By Fashion's Vagaries Will Die By Them - Forbes
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U.S. News & World ReportFoot Locker's Woes - In A Market Economy Those Who Live By Fashion's Vagaries Will Die By ThemForbesI have opinions about economics, finance and public policy. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. It might seem a little odd to be using the stock price decline at Foot Locker to reveal a basic truth about why we have a market ...Markets Tumble Afte
 
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Nigeria strengthening economy attracts forex traders - TheCable
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TheCableNigeria strengthening economy attracts forex tradersTheCableThe forces behind currency markets and what makes them tick is always an interesting topic, especially when you talk about the Nigerian naira. The strength of a country's currency is often in direct proportion to their fiscal health and political ...and more »
 
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Bushes, Obama, Clinton weigh in on Charlottesville - The San Diego Union-Tribune
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The San Diego Union-TribuneBushes, Obama, Clinton weigh in on CharlottesvilleThe San Diego Union-TribunePresident Donald Trump said the groups protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, were "also very violent" and blamed both sides for the violence that left a woman dead and many injured. By Abby HamblinContact Reporter.Trump's economy looks a lot like Obama
 
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Nigeria seeks to diversify from oil with $41bn of rail - Moneyweb.co.za
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Moneyweb.co.zaNigeria seeks to diversify from oil with $41bn of railMoneyweb.co.zaNigeria has started a $41 billion railway expansion to reduce dependence on oil and diversify its struggling economy by improving transport links to allow the movement of goods around the country and to ports. “The plan we have now will go to every ...and more »
 
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The Google Memo: Business Must Choose How To Manage Men And Women In Tech Departments - Forbes
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ForbesThe Google Memo: Business Must Choose How To Manage Men And Women In Tech DepartmentsForbesI connect the dots between the economy and business decisions. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Every large company has some tech workers, even if it's in a traditional industry such as mining or food service. The issues raised ...The Maddeningly Simple Way Tech Companies Ca
 
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TOURISM: Nigeria loses over $4billion every year — Eneduwa - Vanguard
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TOURISM: Nigeria loses over $4billion every year — EneduwaVanguardAustine Eneduwa-George is First Vice President, Federation of Tourism Association of Nigeria (FTAN). In this interview, Eneduwa – George bares his mind on how government can use the tourism sector to shore up the country's ailing economy, among other ...and more »
 
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How Jonathan ruined Nigeria – Presidency - Daily Trust
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Daily TrustHow Jonathan ruined Nigeria – PresidencyDaily TrustThe Presidency yesterday said former president Goodluck Jonathan's administration brought Nigeria to her knees and “ruined the economy through mismanagement, corruption and reckless spending, among others”. The Senior Special Assistant to the ...Nigeria not improving on anti-corruption index — JonathanNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (
 
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Why Our List of the Nation's Largest Black Businesses is Vital to Your Enterprise - Black Enterprise
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Black EnterpriseWhy Our List of the Nation's Largest Black Businesses is Vital to Your EnterpriseBlack EnterpriseThree years after my father founded BLACK ENTERPRISE, he fulfilled a critical plank of his editorial and business mission. More than creating a vehicle to staunchly advocate our full participation in every tranche of the American economy, from Main ...BLACK ENTERPRISE Publishes Rank
 
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