Thursday, June 13, 2024

Nigerian new policy reforms hits small businesses [Business Africa] – Africanews English


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The Nigerian government introduced an oil subsidy to cushion the effect of rising global oil prices in the 1970s. The subsidy had kept petrol prices cheap for decades in Africa’s biggest economy but it became increasingly costly for the country. The new president decision to remove a popular petrol subsidy is imposing extra burden on the masses.
Angola's largest international technology forum, ANGOTIC 2023, is back after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The event promotes debate around current, global and future issues in information and communication technologies between government entities, it showcases innovations, as well as new trends in the sector. 
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