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North-East manufacturers shut down due to insecurity – MAN

The Director General of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Mr. Segun Ajayi-Kadir,

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Multiple tax threatening participation in AfCFTA – MAN

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria has said that multiple taxation is exerting

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MAN calls for regulations to protect manufacturers, consumers

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria is calling for fair regulatory frameworks to

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Manufacturers warn price hikes to persist without solutions

Manufacturers Association of Nigeria says product price increases are unlikely to halt

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Factories may shutdown if FX crises persists – MAN

By Melvin Onwubuke The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria has said that many

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Manufacturers cut back on purchase orders over economic crisis

The President of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria's Chemical and Pharmaceutical sector, Rotimi

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Nigeria is finished if manufacturing sector dies, MAN warns

    The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria has criticized the Federal Government's

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MAN urges manufacturers to adopt technology

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria has urged the real-estate sector to embrace innovative and

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MAN laments increasing manufacturing costs

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria has stated that the manufacturing industry is

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African refiners to use single petrol grade by 2030 – ARDA

The Executive Secretary of the African Refiners and Distributors, Anibor Kragha, has

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Alternative energy spending falls by 21% in H1 2023 – MAN

In contrast to the N76.70 billion invested in the second half of

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How manufacturers spent $60bn on renewable energy in six months – MAN

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria has stated that manufacturers spent at least N60.4bn

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