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14 Apr 2017
Nigeria Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu discusses the country's relationship with both the U.S. and Russia and an outlook for the oil market overall.
14 Apr 2017
Nigeria spends over yearly on tomato import $1bn - Erisco Foods
14 Apr 2017
Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua and David Gura report on JPMorgan earnings.
13 Apr 2017
For Nigeria to achieve its target of 7 per cent growth in GDP by 2020, human capital development cannot be over-emphasised. Jimi Tewe, CEO of Inspiro Consulting joins CNBC Africa to discuss how best the country can address its skills gap.
13 Apr 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria says its plans to begin forex auctions in the spot market and open a special window for foreign investors to trade freely and repatriate dividends.
13 Apr 2017
Music videos have become an essential complement to music projects in Nigeria. But an increasing number of Nigerian music artistes are leaving the country to shoot their videos abroad.
13 Apr 2017
Florence Eid-Oakden, chief economist at the Arabia Monitor, discusses Saudi Arabia's first Sukuk issuance, and the outlook for future issuance.
13 Apr 2017
Saudi Transport Ministry Strategy Planning Advisor Mohammed Al Suwayed discusses the level of economic growth needed to achieve the goals of Saudi Vision 2030.
12 Apr 2017
Dolapo Oni, Head Energy Research at Ecobank joins CNBC Africa to discuss how to improve transparency in Nigeria's oil and gas sector.
12 Apr 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria made spot sales totalling 100 million US dollars to interested Small and Medium Enterprises through a special window for small-scale importers.
12 Apr 2017
Liquidity, transmission and gas supply challenges continue to hinder progress in Nigeria's power sector reforms which began with the sale of generation and distribution companies in November 2013.
12 Apr 2017
Bloomberg's Nupur Acharya reports on the performance of the Indian equities market.

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