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Are women playing enough roles in Nigeria’s shipping sector?

No they are not. Shipping has historically been a male-dominated industry and that way of doing things in the industry has a long and deep tradition. Many countries...

Bitcoin makes inroads into shipping sector

Bitcoin makes inroads into shipping sector

By Jite Eriabie   A Ukrainian shipping company will start accepting payment in bitcoin — an early sign that the cryptocurrency could be used in international...

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Group advocates policy review to revive ailing shipping sector 

The Ship owners Association of Nigeria (SOAN) has called for an urgent review of government fiscal policies in the shipping sector to revive the industry and attract...

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How to boost indigenous participation in Nigeria’s shipping sector 

By Uzoigwe Chimezie Daniel The relevance of shipping in driving socio-economic development cannot be over-emphasized. According to the United Nations, maritime activity...

FG omits shipping sector in Rebased GDP

The contribution of Nigeria’s shipping sector is conspicuously missing from the rebased Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Africa’s largest economy....

MINT and the shipping sector

MINT is a neologism referring to the economies of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey. The term was originally coined by Fidelity, a Boston-based asset management...

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