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Dried Crayfish Export from Nigeria:Made Easy

Dried Crayfish Export from Nigeria:Made Easy

Dried Crayfish is one of the foodstuffs currently being exported from Nigeria to countries in Europe, America and Asian More »

How to export Ginger from Nigeria and Make Huge Profit

How to export Ginger from Nigeria and Make Huge Profit

The demand for Ginger in the international market has gone up significantly because the root is now being used as raw material in manufacturing process. More »

Make Millions of Naira through Cashew Export from Nigeria.

Make Millions of Naira through Cashew Export from Nigeria.

The export of cashew nuts and other agricultural commodities from Nigeria is fast becoming very lucrative these days; More »

Bitter kola export business in Nigeria, Invest N80, 000 & make100percent profits

Bitter kola export business in Nigeria, Invest N80, 000 & make100percent profits

Bitter kola export business in Nigeria, Invest N80, 000 & make100percent profits More »

Start A Profitable Groundnut Oil Production Business in Nigeria

Start A Profitable Groundnut Oil Production Business in Nigeria

The high demand for groundnut oil nationwide and the short fall in supply due to the ban on the importation of the product by the federal government of Nigeria has thus make Groundnut oil production business very lucrative. More »

 

‘Stanbic IBTC facilitated $589 million capital inflow in Q2’

The Management of Stanbic IBTC has said the bank facilitated $589.84 million capital inflow into the country during the second quarter of this year in what it described as a  clear demonstration of its confidence in Nigeria.
Chief Executive, Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, Yinka Sanni, in a release to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) assured Nigerians that the Bank remains strong, stable and sustainable in its operations as well as commitment to delivering long term value to its stakeholdersStanbic IBTC Holdings PLC posted a profit of N36 billion for the half-year which ended June 30, 2019 and rewarded shareholders with an interim dividend of N10.2 billion at 100 kobo per share.

According to the Chief Executive, the Group’s achievements are an indication that its strategy is delivering on set goals and objectives. He assured that the organisation will continue to invest in its people, processes, and its communities to ensure business sustainability.

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