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N23bln rice Duty Evasion: Customs to Shut down Intercontinental Hotels

The last may not have been heard of the on-going battle by the Nigeria Customs Service to recover over N23 billion rice duty allegedly evaded by five giant rice-importing companies, as the famous Intercontinental Hotels Lagos might be shut this week over the ragging issue. The prestigious hotel which may ...

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Vehicular Imports in Nigeria Hits N6.3tr in Five Years

–by Alex akao Nigerians have spent a whopping $31.67 billion (about N6.3 trillion) in the importation of brand new as well as used vehicles (popularly known as tokunboh) and other allied automobile equipment between 2009 and 2013. The development, which industry watchers have described as unhealthy for the economy was ...

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Leadership Crisis Rocks NIMASA, as Two EDs ‘fight’ over Agency’s Headship

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), was Friday thrown into chaos as two Acting Directors-General lay-claims to being the authentic choice of the presidency for the headship f the organization. Nigerian Current gathered that staff and visitors at the Burma road, Apapa headquarters of the agency were left ...

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NPCC CHARTS PATHWAYS FOR GOVT ON MARITIME DEVELOPMENT

Major stakeholders in the nation’s maritime industry have advised government on ways to reposition and refocus the Nigeria maritime industry in the face of dwindling oil fortunes. The industry practitioners under the aegis of the Nigerian Ports Consultative Council (NPCC), at a roundtable gathering in Lagos during the week said ...

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APM Terminals Apapa Sets New Nigerian Productivity Record

Foremost terminal operator,  APM Terminals Apapa has set a new productivity milestone for container terminals operations in Nigeria. Official notice from the organization issued by its spokesperson, Bolaji Akinola,  indicates that the feat was achieved precisely on June 29, 2015, in which it recorded an unprecedented productivity level. The company ...

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AKPOBOLOKEMI: End of an era in NIMASA

President Muhammadu Buhari has terminated the appointment of Patrick Ziakede Akpobolokemi as Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA). A statement by Femi Adesina, the special adviser to the President on media and publicity, the termination of Mr. Akpobolokemi’s appointment takes immediate effect. “He is to hand ...

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APM Terminals invests N80 billion on Port’s expansion in Nine Years

The Country Manager, APM Terminals Nigeria, Mr David Skov, has said the company had invested not less than $350 million (N80.5 billion) in yard expansion since port concession commenced in 2006. Skov said this in a paper entitled, “Building Economic Capacity through Maritime Infrastructure Development – The APM Terminals Perspective’’, ...

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NIMAREX 2015: Stakeholders Advocate Maritime Development for Economic Growth

Stakeholders and experts in the maritime industry, who gathered at the fifth edition of the on-going Nigeria Maritime Expo (NIMAREX), holding in Eko Hotel, Lagos, have called for a sustained development in capacity building in order to enhance the industry to take its pride of place in boosting the nation’s ...

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CONSUMERS OF IMPORTED FROZEN CHICKEN, TURKEY WARNED OF HEALTH HAZARDS …As Customs Destroy 8,000 Cartons Of Poultry.

Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Alhaji Abdullahi Dikko Inde has warned of the potential health hazards in the consumption of imported frozen poultry product, beyond the negative impact of the nefarious business on local agriculture development in the country. The Customs boss gave the warning Tuesday, when he ...

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