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SOME NIGERIANĀ  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 18/8/2021.

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Investors gain N24bn as Nigeria equities reroute north

Host communities get fair deal in new oil law

Here’s why Green Africa may not be Nigeria’s cheapest airline

SimpliFi: How tech platform uses diaspora remittances to offer loans

Driven by local content, Nestoil’s capacities mirror global standards

Apapa: Property owners still worried amid gains of call-up system

What truly matters (2)

The future of work and how to excel in it

How to deal with owing clients

Sustaining micro financing during wars (1)

VAT: Expected winners, losers if sharing formula changes

Truckers protest multiple checkpoints, illegal payments in Apapa

Nigeria’s Inflation rate falls further to 17.38% in July

Nigeria’s BOI plans N362bn Eurobond to support COVID-hit businesses

International Breweries celebrate distributors, assures of safe products

Quickteller seeks greater empowerment for SMEs as Covid-19 remains

IOSH’s conference to address safety, health principles at workplace

TrustBanc closes second tranche of N10bn debt issue

Tizeti announces partnership with $5m fund for African startup ISPs

Emerging Africa Group makes senior executive appointments

Local investors outshine foreigners in N1trn half-year equities deals

Naira weakens at official market on increased demand

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