Rewane expert made the forecast at the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce January Breakfast Meeting on Thursday.
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He was the Keynote Speaker at the Nigerian Economic Outlook 2022 webinar organised by First Bank of Nigeria Limited.
Likewise, Financial Derivatives Company Limited, a financial institution, in its recent Economic Report for 2022, expressed a firm belief that Dangote Refinery would boost the growth of the downstream sector of the economy and enhance petroleum products distribution across Africa.
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Rewane made the projection at the 2020 Economic Outlook organised by the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Union Bank and Red Star Express in Lagos, with the theme: “UK/Nigerian Partnership Plans for 2020.”
Bismarck Rewane, Managing Director, Financial Derivatives, has allayed the fear that Nigeria’s economy will fall back into recession, saying the momentum is on growth trajectory.
President Muhamamdu Buhari on Monday received the report of the Technical Advisory Committee on the implementation of the new National Minimum Wage at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The opposition PDP candidate made the vow again on Wednesday while addressing the business community in Lagos
Such steps, they reasoned, would boost the economy and bring about improvement in the ease of doing business in the country.
A report issued on Tuesday by the Economist Intelligence Unit had cited security, education and healthcare delivery as benchmarks for its ratings
Rewane said: “It will take a minimum of 18 months for Nigeria to get out of recession and signs of recovery will start showing in 2017 with the best policies