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Nigeria is to revert to paper banknotes, the country's central bank has announced, in a policy switch bucking a growing trend around the world for tougher polymer-based currency...But six years down the line and after allegations that the
Abeokuta The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has said high level corruption, inadequate infrastructure and rising unemployment, among others, in the country have been the bane of development. The CBN also stated that in spite of the impressive macro-
To Stifle Criticism from the holy-hell dept Okay, I'm beginning to notice something of a trend...Serving as examples are a "straight pride" group going ballistic when their own arguments are put on display and a doctor who advocates against home-
By EMMANUEL UDOM The Central Bank of Nigeria has deferred the implementation of cashless policy charges on lodgments and withdrawals in the country, till October this year. The reason, http://www.allvoices.
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has denied reports that it had ordered the freezing of accounts of religious groups over alleged links to terrorist groups. In a statement issued and signed by the Director, Corporate Communications of the apex bank,
Transcosmos Inc., president Masataka Okuda said the joint venture, the company's first business entity in Southeast Asia, was the realization of a partnership agreement signed by the company with PT Cyberindo Aditama (CBN) in November 2012.
Well, televangelist and former Republican Party presidential candidate Pat Robertson is at again. On the Christian Broadcast Network's “700 Club” television show Wednesday, Robertson fielded a question from a woman
African countries have not benefitted, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said in its 2013 first quarter report. A report by the African Development Bank (AfDB) revealed that Africa's trade with the United States grew by more than 500 per cent between
By EMMANUEL UDOM The Central Bank of Nigeria has directed bank customers to pay N100 annually for the maintenance of their automated
Lemo told NAN that when the CBN was going to introduce the polymer currencies, its search showed that they could last longer than ordinary paper notes. "So, part of 'Project cure' actually was actually to move away from polymer substrate to paper,