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Dangote Cement’s New Capacity Increase Sales To 10.4m Tonnes In 2012

The Dangote cement’s massive investment in new capacity has paid off as it recorded upsurge in sales of its locally produced cement to the tune of 10.4 million tonnes...

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MasterCard Targets More Customers in Africa

MasterCard Incorporated has disclosed plans to capture a larger share of the electronic payment processing market in Nigeria and other African countries. Chief Executive...

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Citigroup May Exit Consumer Banking in More Countries

Citigroup Inc is looking to pull out of consumer banking in more countries in an effort to lower costs and boost profits, according to two people familiar with the...

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Stallion Motors Repositions Hyundai With 2013 Models

STALLION MOTORS RAISES THE STAKES BY PUSHING THE NEW BRAND DIRECTION FOR HYUNDAI WITH THE INTRODUCTION OFTHE 2013 HYUNDAI MODELS INTO THE NIGERIAN MARKET, WRITES OLAOLU...

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Over 30% of Dangote’s business empire in bad shape- report

Despite been ranked as one of the richest men in African by Forbes, most of Dangote’s investments scattered in several sectors of the Nigerian economy are struggling...

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Dangote Cement: Analysts predict higher share price growth

Analysts at FutureView Financial Services Limited, an investment banking company in Nigeria, have projected that the share price of Dangote Cement Plc will soon hit a...

Inactive telephone lines now 40.4 million – NCC

The number of inactive telephone lines in the country has continued to increase and has hit the 40.4 million mark, the latest subscriber data released on Tuesday by the...

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Excess crude Account: Govs Insist On Final Resolution From Supreme Court

  The 36 state governors, under the platform of the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) has decried the handling of Excess Crude Account by the Federal Government and...

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Total moves staff out of Abuja

French oil major Total has moved its staff from the Nigerian capital Abuja following the kidnapping of a French national last month, Chief Executive Christophe de...