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  1. Nigeria Entertainment News

    Business Oil economy slumps as GDP slows to 2.01% – TheCable

    The growth of the oil economy declined to -2.40%, latest gross domestic product (GDP) released by the National Bureau of Statistics has shown. This is a difference of – 0.78 percentage points from the -1.62% recorded in the fourth quarter of 2018. The nation’s GDP also contracted to 2.01% from...
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    Business Africa’s GDP recovery expected to grow by .5% in 2018 –

    Africa is expected to see a recovery in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth from its present 3.0 per cent to 3.5 per cent in 2018. This is according to a statement obtained from the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) website on Wednesday in Abuja. Africa’s … via BusinessDay : News you...
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    Business Nigeria's Growing Economic Troubles - Huffington Post

    On May 20th, Nigeria Bureau of Statistics reported the surprising contraction recorded in Nigeria’s economy. The first negative year-over-year quarter for GDP in six years. This will be the start of more negative news from Nigeria. Without a major currency reform, the weakness of Nigeria’s...
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    Politics Budget: FG Will Borrow Locally and Internationally in 2016

    Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has said the Federal Government will borrow internationally and locally to finance the deficit in the 2016 budget, SignalNg reports. The minister in an online publication revealed that the development was as a result of dwindling oil prices which is...
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    World [List] Top 10 Countries With the Highest Salaries in 2015

    The beauty of having a paid employment is the certainty of financial remuneration at a given period. However, this is not the ultimate because people in the workforce everywhere around world are stuck in the bubble of constantly evaluating their earnings and seeking better pay for what they...
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    Business List of 30 Largest Economy In The World, Nigeria's Position Will Shock You

    According to International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook database figures released yesterday, Nigeria’s gross domestic product (GDP) is set to total $1.105trn in 2015, representing a 5% growth from last year. The International Monetary Fund has ranked Nigeria as the 22nd largest...
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