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The federal government said that the Comptroller General of Customs, Dikko Abdullahi will lead the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) committee to review the salaries and allowances of political, public and judicial office holders.
As APM Terminals’ new Maasvlakte II facility was named the winner of the “Innovation of the Year” award at the 4th Annual Containerisation International Awards ceremony held in London recently, the shipping giant will soon commence evacuation of cargoes from Nigeria’s premiere port to Kano by rail as part of efforts aimed at facilitating cargo clearance.
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The Commander, Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Delta, Commodore Aliyu Sule has expressed the combat readiness of the Navy against operators of illegal refineries in Warri and environs.
The Ghanaian government has granted a British private security firm the licence to have armed guards aboard Ghana-flagged vessels.
Effective the end of June 2015, Watchwood Resources Ltd (WRL) will be able to accompany armed Ghana Marine Police aboard commercial vessels within Ghana’s Exclusive Economic Zone, providing security services.
Leading Nigerian maritime and oil sector pundits are divided on whether the ongoing investigations to determine whether the government has been short-changed by a state oil company scheme in swapping crude for refined products over the years.
The attorneys general of New York and Connecticut are investigating Apple Inc’s negotiations with music companies to look for signs of potential antitrust violations.
Swedish telecom operator TeliaSonera is buying into music streamer Spotify for a slice of the fast growth and rapid innovation typical of online companies, investing as competition heats up in Spotify’s industry.
Tokio Marine Holdings Inc said it had agreed to buy U.S. specialty insurer HCC Insurance Holdings Inc (HCC.N) for $7.5 billion, in what would be the biggest M&A deal this year by a Japanese company.
Greece and its creditors moved closer to the brink on Wednesday with the leaders of Germany, France and the European Commission holding back planned meetings with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to press for more concessions from the Greek side.
The Vice President of the Senior Staff Association of Communication & Transportation Corporation, Alhaji Umar Jimoh Omeiza has called on the President and Commander in Chief, Muhammadu Buhari to immediately introduce a policy that will among other things move away oil and gas tank farms far from the vicinity of any seaport in Nigeria.