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8 Aug 2017
Nigeria has lost close to $60 billion to the non-enforcement of the terms of the Production Sharing Contracts signed between the Federal Government and the International oil companies since 1993.
8 Aug 2017
Osinbajo insists Nigeria is Africa's investment destination.
8 Aug 2017
The returns on of Nigerian Treasury Bills are crowding out private sector issues.
8 Aug 2017
The Nigerian Stock Exchange's market capitalisation hit 12.8 trillion naira last week Friday, its highest point since November 2014.
7 Aug 2017
How did Nigeria’s private air charter industry fare in the economic downturn as the country’s economy begins to pick up, and what is the outlook for this space?
7 Aug 2017
In a bid to fulfil demands from community leaders in Nigeria’s oil rich Niger Delta, the government has announced plans to legalise currently outlawed mini refineries by the third quarter and supply them crude at a reasonable price.
5 Aug 2017
David Abeles, president and chief executive officer at TaylorMade, discusses the outlook for the golf industry and the underlying challenges facing the sport.
4 Aug 2017
IMF economic projection - CBN, bankers react to warning, defend interventions.
4 Aug 2017
Federal Mortgage bank wants Ondo State govt to enlist in the housing scheme.
4 Aug 2017
Koji Endo, the analyst at SBI Securities, discusses the tie up between Toyota and Mazda to work jointly on electric vehicles.
4 Aug 2017
The International Monetary Fund forecast a growth of just 0.8 per cent with threats to growth remaining elevated.
4 Aug 2017
Africa's biggest mobile phone company has swung into a profit. MTN said headline earnings per share rose to 212 cents in the six months to June.

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He's the legendary director of "Stand By Me", "Misery", "When Harry Met Sally" and "A Few Good Men". Eve Jackson talks to Rob Reiner about having one of the longest, and most golden, runs in history with his first seven films becoming cult classics. The filmmaker is at the Cannes Film Festival as his very first movie "This is Spinal Tap" is being screened on the beach.
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He's probably the most awaited director at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Dissident filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov is the only Russian with a film in the official selection. In previous years, Russia banned him from going to Cannes. Now in exile in Berlin, his film "Tchaikovsky’s Wife" is competing for the top prize. Eve Jackson speaks to him about what it means to be there in person, why his film is not about Tchaikovsky's homosexuality and why it's important to defend Russian culture.
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In 2020, Thai youth sparked the largest wave of anti-government protests since the 2014 military coup. But human rights activists say persecutions and systematic harassment have weakened the pro-democracy movement.
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We take a look at some of the independent features in the sidebar sections of the 75th Cannes Film Festival. Olivia Salazar-Winspear tells us about Philippe Faucon’s "Les Harkis", which is screening in the Director's Fortnight selection. Set in 1959, it shines a light on the Algerian men who were enlisted to fight for the French Army in units known as Harkis and explores the repercussions they faced as a newly independent Algeria emerged from a deeply traumatic war of independence.
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Boris Johnson has again threatened to break post-Brexit agreements with the EU as victorious Sinn Fein accuses him of pandering to the DUP, which is blocking the formation of a government after recent elections.