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Commodity Exchange chief wants right policies to boost non- oil sector

Mrs Zaheera Baba-Ari, the Managing Director, Nigeria Commodity Exchange (NCX), has solicited for “the right policy initiatives” aimed at boosting the country’s non-oil export earnings.

SEC considers 10-year capital market plan at expanded CMC meeting

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said that it will hold deeper discussions on the implementation of the 10-year capital market master plan as well as other initiatives for Nigeria’s capital market with stakeholders at its forthcoming Capital Market Committee (CMC Capital Market Committee (CMC).

Nigeria commodity exchange to boost solid minerals export

Mrs Zaheera Baba-Ari, Managing Director, Nigeria Commodity Exchange (NCX), has said that the exchange is set to introduce new products aimed at boosting the nation’s non-oil and gas sector’s export earnings.

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