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NIGERIA NEWSPAPERS: TODAY'S THE BUSINESSDAY NEWSPAPER HEADLINES [15 JANUARY, 2018]


Below are the headlines found on The Businessday Online Newspaper for today, Monday, 15 January, 2018.

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
A Federal High Court sitting in Abujaon Fridaynullified the legitimacy of 9mobile's Interim Board because minority shareholders were not carried along in the process of constituting the board. This has thrown a spanner in the wheel for the proposed sale of the fourth largest telecommunication company in Nigeria, as the Federal High Court has declared. 
Mon, 15 Jan 2018
BusinessDay is unveiling its ten best ideas for 2017 today with the setting up of the foreign exchange (FX) window for Investors and Exporters (I&E) topping the list of policies and ideas that impacted positively on the economy in general and Nigerians in particular. The Investors & Exporters FX window was established by the Godwin…
Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Policy inconsistency has almost become a norm in Nigeria. In agriculture, this has meant ill thought-out export/import restrictions. Particularly in importation, these restrictions have, more often than not, resulted in local markets getting flooded with foreign alternatives of locally-produced commodities/ products. The implication has usually been local producers suffering losses as the imported alternatives enter... View ArticleThe post Legislative backing required todrive agribusiness appear 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Incidences of Nigerian youths risking their lives to illegally cross the Sahara Desert or the Mediterranean Sea to get to Europe have been blamed on shrinking opportunities for them in the country as population explodes. Urgent attention must be paid to vocational education in order to develop employers of labour among the youthful... View ArticleThe post Nigeria needs new model of vocational education to stem youth unemployment appeared first on BusinessDay : News you can trust. 


Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Out of the many investments recorded in Nigeria's manufacturing sector in 2017, the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCGs) and the vehicle assembly sub-sectors lead the pack. These investments came in the form of factory expansion, opening of new plants and acquisition of land, machinery and vehicles. Collins Dictionary defines FMCGs as inexpensive products that people... View ArticleThe post FMCGs, vehicle assembly lead manufacturing investments in 2017 appeared first on BusinessDay : News you 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Flour Mills of Nigeria plans to start marketing a share sale to existing investors aimed at raising N39.86 billion today as the company continues to intensify its expansion plans. The flour and pasta maker will offer 1.47 billion shares at N27 apiece, an 18.2 per cent discount to Thursday January 11 market price of N33.... View ArticleThe post Flour Mills Nigeria to start $130m share sale today appeared first on BusinessDay : News you can trust. 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Pan-African financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA), has today, changed the face of e-banking with the introduction of Leo, the UBA Chat Banker who enables customers make use of their social media accounts to carry out key banking transactions. At the official launch of Leo, UBA's Chat Banker, which took place in Lagos on... View ArticleThe post UBA revolutionises eBanking, introduces Leo, Chat Banking Personality on Social Media Platforms appeared first on BusinessDay : News yo 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
The manufacturing sector performed fairly well in 2017, particularly after the ease of foreign exchange crisis in the second quarter. Now in 2018, the sector is bound to make meaningful progress on the back of higher oil price (closer to $70 per barrel), which will free dollars for the importation of inputs, spare parts and... View ArticleThe post Manufacturing sector: Issues, battles, prospects for 2018 appeared first on BusinessDay : News you can trust. 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Salary accounts can do more than just receive monthly pay; they have inherent wealth that can be unlocked to help you achieve dreams that make you fulfilled on your job and be on top of situations at home and at work. First Bank of Nigeria Limited creates opportunities for salary accounts holders to unlock the... View ArticleThe post First Bank creates opportunities for salary account holders appeared first on BusinessDay : News you can trust. 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Ecobank Nigeria has reiterated its commitment to promoting financial inclusion through its digital channels as customers embrace Xpress account for seamless banking. Carol Oyedeji, executive director, consumer banking believe that the convenience of opening and operating an Ecobank Xpress Account is putting banking at 'your fingertips'. Xpress Account is a mobile based digital account that... View ArticleThe post Ecobank leverages digital channels, Xpress account to drive financial inc 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
The World Bank expects Nigeria to improve the most in 2018 compared to peers- Kenya and South Africa- as the benign outlook for oil prices spur positive sentiments towards Africa's largest economy. The Washington based lender projected Growth in Nigeria to pick up by 1.5 percentage points from 1 percent in 2017 to 2.5 percent... View ArticleThe post World Bank tips Nigeria to improve the most among peers in 2018 appeared first on BusinessDay : News you can trust. 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Nigeria has one of the lowest pension penetrations in the world but the future of the industry is promising given a favourable demography and economic growth. Nigeria's penetration of 7 percent is materially below the average of 56 percent countries considered, according to Chapel Hill Denham Limited in a recent report on Nigerian Insurance Sector.... View ArticleThe post Nigerian pension industry looks promising despite low penetration appeared first on BusinessDay : News you can trust. 

Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Nigeria, Africa biggest economy has the lowest production per head among all members of Organization of exporting countries (OPEC) according to investigation from BusinessDay. With a population of over 180 million people, Nigeria is said to be the sixth largest producer of oil in the world but despite all this the country continue to have... View ArticleThe post Nigeria has the lowest oil production per head appeared first on BusinessDay : News you can trust.