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By Strachan Partners
Collective agreements are not, in themselves, legally binding under Nigerian law.
By Strachan Partners
Tax administration in Nigeria is vested in the three tiers of government.
By Strachan Partners
Intellectual property rights are protected under statute and judicial decisions.
By Strachan Partners
This is the principal statute regulating the establishment and operation of companies in Nigeria.
By Strachan Partners
There are various levels of legal protection for foreign investors.
By Strachan Partners
Nigeria is a regional hegemony.
By Strachan Partners
Nigeria is the largest market in Africa and one of the fastest growing countries in the world. The country has a thriving and relatively easy business environment with numerous investment opportunities in various sectors.
By Strachan Partners
The crash in crude oil prices and fall in crude oil production due to the sabotage of oil terminals in the Niger Delta, among other factors led to Nigeria's fall into economic recession in the second quarter of 2016.
By Strachan Partners
In recent years, Nigeria's economic outlook has been shaken by a number of events most particularly, the fall in crude oil prices which led the country to fall into recession in the second quarter of 2016.
By Chiamaka Stephanie Ibeh
On 8th October 2018, President Mohammadu Buhari signed an Executive Order called the VOARS (Executive Order Number 008) aimed at combating tax evasion and regularizing offshore assets owned by persons resident in Nigeria ...
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
In Nigeria's Federal Capital Territory ("the FCT"), the Land Use Act empowers the Minister of the FCT ("the Head lessor") to grant persons ("the Lessee") development lease over portion of lands for a period of years for the purpose of development.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act which established the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board was enacted in 2010.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The recent drop in global crude oil price and the persistent efforts of the Federal Government of Nigeria to diversify her economy and move away from overreliance on the oil and gas sector have made Nigeria a fertile ground for investments.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
The ever increasing rate of unemployment with its adverse effect on the Nigerian economy has been a perennial problem for successive Governments.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
As a developing country, Nigeria's real estate sector is evolving at a tremendous pace. Governments at all levels are more aware of the role of real estate development on the growth of their respective territories.
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