Tuesday, 15 October 2013
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Oscar Chirino
ICT

 

The agency responsible for the sale of moribund federal government property, Bureau of Public Enterprise, said it is planning to draw up possible regulations for social media usage in the country.

Tuesday, 15 October 2013
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Oscar Chirino
ICT

 

Sponsored by Google Nigeria and supported by the Lagos State Innovating Council, Mobile Monday Nigeria will tomorrow (Monday) in Lagos gather Information Communications experts to discuss the economic impact of internet in the Nigerian market.

 
Wednesday, 18 September 2013
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Oscar Chirino

 

Apart from its status as a major global oil exporter, most of Nigeria’s value proposition to foreign investors is about domestic and regional growth. For now, most of its short-term economic drive will come from tooling up the country’s outdated or even non-existent infrastructure such as its faulty power grid, as well as from projects to address the urgent need for roads and bridges that will enable a higher level of functionality.

Tuesday, 10 September 2013
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Oscar Chirino
Agrifood

 

La Direction des études et des prévisions financières (DEPF), relevant du ministère marocain de l’Economie et des Finances, a annoncé que le Maroc se trouve à la 6ème position, à l’échelle mondiale, en matière de production d’huile d’olive en 2010. A noter que les exportations d’huile d’olive marocaines restent concentrées sur 2 principaux marchés, à savoir l’Union européenne (UE) et les Etats-Unis 

Friday, 30 August 2013
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Francisco Grau

 Young Nigerians, especially those coming out of higher institutions of learning have been enjoined to go for practical entrepreneurship rather than paid employment, as the key to achieving success in life.

Frank Nneji, the CEO of ABC Transport, urged the youth to think entrepreneurship and act like entrepreneurs.
Nneji, who spoke at the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) at an international conference on: “Entrepreneurship Development As a Sustainable Basis for the Economic Transformation of Nigeria,” also urged the students to be proactive in discovering entrepreneurship opportunity and turn it into business idea.
According to him an entrepreneur sees opportunities where others see problems; “he or she sees a bottle half-full when others see it half-empty”.
 
Friday, 30 August 2013
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Francisco Grau
Nigeria to host students’ global entrepreneurship competition is a news article from: Vanguard News
Mr Agwu Amogu, President of Students for Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (SAGE), on Wednesday said that Nigeria had been chosen to host the 2013 world students’ global entrepreneurship competition in Abuja.
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