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18 Sep 2017
Investors are plowing billions of dollars into a special economic zone on China's southern coast to reshape the former sleepy island of Hengqin into the country's biggest holiday hub.
19 Aug 2017
PDP is responsible for Nigeria's economic downturn - Kassim Afegbua.
10 Aug 2017
There are between 35 and 40 million Nigerians engaged in economic activity but out of the country's tax net.
3 May 2017
The Nigeria Economic Summit Group has been working to support the government's policy response to the foreign exchange crisis and its negative impact on manufacturing and other economic activities.
28 Apr 2017
Former VP Atiku blames economic downturn on poor leadership.
22 Apr 2017
International Monetary Fund First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton discusses the institution’s global economic forecasts and the need to avoid protectionist measures.
17 Mar 2017
Weary Venezuelans wait in long lines to buy food at local supply and production committees (CLAP) in the capital of the crisis-hit country. Venezuela's economic plight is largely due to falling prices for its oil exports, contributing to food shortages and economic disarray.
17 Feb 2017
Expert blames inconsistent government policies for economic challenges.

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