The Minister said the government revenue will be stabilized to restore adequate fiscal space.
Investors in Nigeria’s Sukuk bonds were mostly fund managers, and it was done through a trust agreement
Nigeria should be mindful that demand does not necessarily translate to sales at the headline futures contract price. The market is still recovering from the super-contango...
The Federal Government has plans to introduce more tax incentives that will help boost investments in the Nigerian capital market.
Nigeria is set to receive the first tranche of its $3 billion loan request to World Bank soon as discussions have reached an advanced stage.
FG has concluded plan to borrow N2 trillion from the current N10 trillion pension funds to finance the development of infrastructure.
The Federal Government has disclosed that it will begin implementation of the 7.5% Value-Added Tax (VAT) from the first of February.
The Presidency and the Ministry of Finance have sparked confusion about the implementation date of the newly signed Finance Bill.
The Dangote Refinery would reportedly save Nigeria about $10 billion in foreign exchange when completed.
The much-debated and anticipated new tax regime in Nigeria will take effect from the 2nd of January next year.