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    Business Telecoms record 189,282,796 voice subscriptions in Q1 – The Nation News

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    Business COVID-19: Food prices hit 15.03% high in 2 years – The Guardian Nigeria News

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    Business Investors torn between debt, forex market as naira weakens – The Guardian Nigeria News

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    Business Nigeria Inflation hit two-year high at 12.34% in April –NBS – Naijabizcom Nigeria News

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    Business How Nigeria generated N339bn VAT in 2020 Q1 - Daily Post Nigeria News

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    Metro NBS reveals 17 poorest states in Nigeria (see list) – Legit Nigeria News

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    Business Nigeria generates N338.9bn from VAT in Q1’20 — NBS – Vanguard Nigeria News

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    Politics After living in denial, NBS confirms Nigeria’s poverty capital status – The Guardian Nigeria News

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    Business Nigerians spent N4.59trn eating outside home in 2019 – Businessday Nigeria News

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    Business Nigeria records highest inflation rate in almost two years – TODAY Nigeria News

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    Business Nigeria records N36.1 trn total trade in 2019 — NBS – Vanguard News

    https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/03/nigeria-records-n36-1-trn-total-trade-in-2019-nbs/ Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business Prices of tomato, yam increase in May –NBS – Newtelegraph

    While the price of fresh tomato has remained out of reach in most markets in Lagos in May, the price of egg and some major commodities dropped in May from what was recorded in April. A report released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed that selected … Read more via...
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    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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    Metro Checkout The 4 Nigerian States That Recorded Lower Revenue In 2018 – Naijaloaded

    In 2018, four Nigerian states recorded a decline in internally generated revenue, according to the latest figures from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). In its fourth-quarter report 2018 States and FCT IGR released last week, 32 Nigerian States including the … Read more via Naijaloaded...
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    Business Value Added Tax Rises To N273.5bn In Q3 – NBS – Nairaland

    The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has disclosed that revenue generated from Value Added Tax (VAT), increased by 2.54 per cent in the third quarter, Q3’18 to N273.5 billion. The NBS announced the figure in a sectoral distribution of value-added tax report for third quarter, 2018 posted on...
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    Business NBS: Increase in non-oil sector activities push up GDP to 1.8% – Newtelegraph

    Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) peaked up slightly, recording 1.81 per cent growth from plummeted 1.5 per cent figure of second quarter of 2018, National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) GDP data for third quarter 2018 obtained yesterday said. Compared to the third quarter of 2017 which...
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    Business With Nigerian banks, old lending habits die hard – BusinessDay

    Nigerian banks are yet to catch the bug that agriculture should be the new oil, going by their lending patterns as shown in the latest data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). Despite the government’s push to have Nigerians return to the farm so … Read more via BusinessDay Online...
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    Metro 1,331 Nigerians died in road crashes in three months – NBS – Newtelegraph

    Not less than 1,331 Nigerians died in the road crashes in the second quarter of 2018. The figure was contained in the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) “Road Transport Data (Q2 2018)” report released yesterday in Abuja. The report said 1,257 of the 1,331 Nigerians that died, representing 94...
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    Business High inflation as by-product of high-level corruption – Punch Newspapers

    Figures released by the National Bureau of Statistics last week show inflation at 11.14 per cent in Africa’s largest economy. The inflation rate represents both a drop and an increase, depending on how one looks at it. Taken from the Consumer Price Index (we come … Read more via Punch...
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    Politics Nigeria yet to recover from economic recession – Kale – Punch Newspapers

    The Statistician-General of the Federation, Yemi Kale, has said Nigeria’s economy has not recovered from the 2016 recession. Kale, who is also Chief Executive Officer of the National Bureau of Statistics, said the conflicts between farmers and herdsmen had dragged down the Gross Domestic...