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President Jonathan demands for US support to boost economic growth

President Goodluck Jonathan, on wednesday pursued greater support from the United States in an effort to make other sectors of the Nigerian economy more productive. The President made the call in in Washington DC, USA.

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Govt set to break business monopolies, cartels – Aganga

The Federal Government has commenced moves to tackle unfair business practices, in its determination to provide a fair and competitive environment for industry, trade and investment.

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Nigeria to grow crude oil reserves to 40bn barrels

The Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mr. Andrew Yakubu, yesterday disclosed that Nigeria was working to accumulate 40 billion barrels of crude oil reserves and produce four million barrels per day.

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FAAC insists on fuel subsidy removal

Barely a week after the Senate unanimously rejected the recommendation of its Committee on Finance that subsidies on petroleum products should be totally removed, the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee on Tuesday insisted that their retention was a fraud against the country.

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CBN receives 4,142 petitions on fraud

The Central Bank of Nigeria said it received and treated 4, 142 fraud related petitions against Nigerian banks resulting in the refund of N14.69billion to aggrieved customers.

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