Posted on : 18/05/2020
As an exporter you can benefit from certain export incentives in Nigeria. These are monetary, tax or legal provisions designed to encourage you to export certain goods and services. Our incentives are provided to help exporters in keeping their products competitive in global markets. There are several Nigerian export incentives established by the export incentives and miscellaneous act.
These incentives give you numerous advantages when exporting:
- the provision of financial grants lets you expand exports more easily
- cost of production support makes your products more competitive in global markets
- financial support lets you facilitate greater / faster market penetration
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Credit: Nigerian Export Promotion Council
Posted on : 15/05/2020
Following reports of a massive fish kill along the coastlines of Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers State in the Niger Delta region, the National Oil Spill Detection & Response Agency (NOSDRA) began and subsequently concluded investigation into the cause of the mass fish kill.
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Posted on : 24/04/2020
Strong consumer spending supported by decent income growth and improved financial conditions was not enough to allay the powerful headwinds that dominated the end of the 2010s: escalating global trade tensions, heightening geopolitical tensions, and fear of a no-deal Brexit. Download document to read
Posted on : 22/04/2020
Consolidated text established by the International Labour Office, including the Amendments of 2014 and 2016 to the Code of the Convention.
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The global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is creating dire circumstances for the shipping industry and seafarers. Daily life in many countries has been heavily restricted, yet societies still need their supplies of food, medicine and everyday goods, and factories require materials and logistics to ship their products. This underlines the need for robust international supply chains and emphasizes the critical importance of maritime trade to the global economy, which relies on shipping for 90 per cent of all goods.
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Posted on : 03/04/2020
This document has been prepared based on current evidence about the transmission of COVID-19, that is, human-to-human transmission via respiratory droplets or direct contact with an infected person. It is recommended that this guidance be used with the World Health Organization (WHO) Handbook for management of public health events on board ships.
The target audience for this document is any authority involved in the public health response to a COVID-19 public health event on board a ship, including International Health Regulations (IHR) National Focal Points (NFPs), port health authorities, and local, provincial, and national health surveillance and response systems, as well as port operators and ship operators.
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Posted on : 01/04/2020
To ensure uninterrupted supply of crucial commodities, the following services shall remain open during this period, albeit with minimal operations to enable the ports function, while access will be restricted and closely monitored. The agencies/organizations/services exempted are…
Posted on : 28/03/2020
Following public reactions to attempts by the Nigerian Ports Authority to get full details of COVID-19 cases said to have been found on a vessel, the Authority made clarifications on what happened. Click to read Press Release in full.
Posted on : 28/02/2020
As the world works towards finding lasting solutions to the corona virus crises, people can help one another by preventing the spread and teaching others to prevent it too. This is what you need to do! Download the file for the step by step expert instruction.
Educate someone today. Report any suspected case(s) so it does not spiral beyond control.
Prevention is better.
Posted on : 22/02/2020
The article was jointly written by Dr. Wole Akinyeye and Ridwan Bello, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice Group, Olisa Agbakoba Legal.