Nigeria's annual inflation rate soared for a 16th straight month to 15.75 percent in December of 2020.
Since the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic, here are four ways the world of business has changed.
Nigeria is facing a more fundamental supply shock, which alongside the rising transport costs is likely to drive higher food prices.
Nigeria continues to face issues of poor revenue generation and a lack of will to efficiently manage its expenditure.
The growth of technology has created an opportunity for several African youths to come up with new innovations.
2020 has no doubt been one of the most challenging years for players in the oil and gas downstream sector, having to deal with several issues.
The World Bank's projection for Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is expected to grow by 2.7%, while the expected growth for Nigeria is set at 1.1% in 2021.
Here are some business trends that businesses might need to keep up with, in 2021 as the effect of the coronavirus continues to linger.