The growing popularity of Nigeria’s eco-soap
02 December 2018 | 12:14 pm
Abiola Ogunrinde produces soap from natural local products such as shea butter and aloe vera. The eco-soap is now popular not just in Nigeria, but internationally.
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Importers, exporters tasked on products laboratory testing.
8 Jul 2019
The Federal Operations Unit (FOU) Zone ‘A’ of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has intercepted various smuggled items with a Duty Paid Value (DPV) of N2 billion in the first half of this year.
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Federal operatives of the Nigerian Customs, Zone A, Lagos have once again intercepted two trucks of pharmaceutical products emanating from India.
30 Jul 2019
Juliet Ehimuan, the Country Director for Google Nigeria, breaks it all down and provides more insight on how Google is providing opportunities for Nigerians.
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Pat Walravens, JMP Securities senior analyst, discusses Salesforce.com Inc.'s revenue forecast, its acquisition of Tableau Software Inc. and the company's growth prospects with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Gene Munster, Loup Ventures managing partner, and Bloomberg's Ian King discuss the impact of the escalating China-U.S. trade war on the tech industry. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
22 Sep 2019
Abiola Ogunrinde produces soap from natural local products such as shea butter and aloe vera. The soap is not just popular in Nigeria, but internationally, and has given work to over 300 people.
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Plans are in the works to reduce the tax rate on tampons and pads in 2020. But critics say it's tax policy that needs an overhaul.
17 Nov 2019
Menstrual products have long been taxed at a higher rate in Germany than many other everyday necessities — a form of discrimination, say activists. Even goldfish and cut flowers benefit from a lower VAT.
15 Nov 2019
Smugglers have resumed their illegal trade through airports since the closure of Nigeria's land borders in August. Comptroller of Customs, Lagos airport command, Wale Adeniyi disclosed this after making some seizures.
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Legislator accuses Nigerian Army of illegal sale, disposal of seized oil products
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Nigeria's border closure is having an unusual impact on the prices of poultry products, which continues to soar, Compared to other foodstuffs. TVC News findings reveal that in spite of the government's efforts to boost indigenous production, locally produced poultry products are still more expensive.
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