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Doing Business In Nigeria: Some Of The Incentives Available To Investors
Given Nigeria's vast human and natural resources (which position her as a frontier market and potential investment haven) and against the background of the recent rebasing of her GDP (which resulted in her emergence as Africa's largest economy), ...
Nigeria
13 Mar 2019
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Morocco-Nigeria BIT: A Departure Or More Of The Same?
Over the last decade, there have been an expression of varying perspectives towards the role and relevance of bilateral investment treaties (BITs).
Nigeria
19 Dec 2018
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A-Z Of Investing In Renewable Energy – Part 2
Nigeria as we saw in the last part of this series is endowed with vast and varied natural resources which can be used to produce green energy.
Nigeria
22 Nov 2018
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A-Z Of Investing In Renewable Energy – Part 1
Renewable energy is made from resources mother-nature can replace like water, wind and sunshine. They are the best alternative sources of energy as they do not affect climate change neither do they cause environmental pollution.
Nigeria
22 Nov 2018
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Investment Incentives In Nigeria
The overall objective of the Compendium is to promote new and incremental investments in Nigeria.
Nigeria
 
21 Nov 2018
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Nigeria-China Currency Swap Agreement - A Good Deal For Nigeria?
The Central Bank of Nigeria ("CBN"), on June 6, 2018, issued the Regulations for Transactions with Authorized Dealers in Renminbi ("Regulations").
Nigeria
20 Nov 2018
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Investment Opportunities
Nigeria is the largest market in Africa and one of the fastest growing countries in the world. The country has a thriving and relatively easy business environment with numerous investment opportunities in various sectors.
Nigeria
16 Nov 2018
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Fiscal Opportunities Of A Restructured Sports Sector: Football As Pilot (3)
There is a simple question that the Football Association in Nigeria must answer.
Nigeria
1 Nov 2017
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Case Studies - Deloitte Global SAP Alliance
Great success stories emerge when Deloitte's network of member firms helps businesses deploy SAP® solutions, transform operations, and deliver meaningful results.
Worldwide
24 Feb 2017
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Directors' Alert 2017
Join several of our Deloitte business leaders and prominent independent global directors as they share their insights to get you prepared for and ready to take advantage of the many disruptions facing organizations.
Nigeria
2 Feb 2017
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Real Estate Investment In Times Of Economic Recession
As recession continues to take its toll on the Nigerian economy, the country has witnessed a massive crash in the price of stocks and shares in the stock exchange market.
Nigeria
11 Nov 2016
12
Directors' Alert 2016 - Ingredients For Success: Striking The Right Balance
Deloitte's specialists and independent board directors share their insights into the challenges facing today's board members and the strategies they can employ to overcome obstacles to success.
Nigeria
14 Apr 2016
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Understanding West Africa’s Infrastructure Potential
West Africa is increasingly identified as an attractive destination for investors across all economic sectors.
Nigeria
24 Mar 2015
14
Conducting Business In A Challenging Climate
Operating in an environment where the currency is depreciating and interest rates are rising is challenging.
Nigeria
25 Feb 2015
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So, Nigeria Is The Largest Economy In Africa - Now What?
The Nigerian economy has been growing at an impressive average 7% per annum over the last five years and it is clear that size matters.
Nigeria
26 Nov 2014
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Nigeria As An Emerging Market For Private Equity Investments
Since 1999 Nigeria has experienced a profound level of structural, political and economic changes that have made it one of the emerging markets in Africa as well as a vital contributor to the world economy.
Nigeria
24 Apr 2009
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Opportunities in Nigeria’s Cabotage: Foreign Investors to get a Piece of the Cake!
Nigeria made a bold attempt to change the face of maritime business within its coasts when it enacted the Coastal and Inland Shipping (Cabotage) Act 2003.
Nigeria
22 Jul 2005
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Enhancing Nigeria’s Economic Development: A Case for Institutional and Regulatory Reforms in Nigeria’s Banking Sector*
It has been posited that without high levels of domestic savings, broadly based human capital, good macro-economic management and limited price distortions, there would be no basis for economic growth.
Nigeria
25 Apr 2005
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The Rewards And Challenges Of Investing In Telecoms In Developing Countries: Nigeria In Focus
Right now, the telecom industry is in a state of flux. In the wake of the deregulation of the telecom sector in the US and Europe beginning in 1996, demand for internet and wireless services was matched by huge spending by telecom companies on both sides of the Atlantic.
Nigeria
15 Mar 2005
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Enforcing Choice of Law Clauses in Nigeria: [Pacta (will not be) Sunt Servanda] -Where The Transaction is Illegal
As the inflow of Foreign Direct Investment continues unabated in Nigeria, investors are increasingly adopting mechanisms to protect their investments against legal and regulatory risks.
Nigeria
2 Nov 2004
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