BusinessDay Digital Dialogues 7
The Global Economic Crisis: Mapping a Nigerian response
On 9-10 June, BusinessDay, in partnership with MTN, will gather the most senior global decision makers and leading minds in policy, business, tech and finance for three days of online conversations with top BusinessDay journalists & Economic Commentators, analysing the impact of the pandemic across global economies and it's impact on Nigeria's industries and markets, and outlining what is required to shape the optimal conditions for recovery at this most challenging of times.
Dollar shortage Pushing Us to The Brink say Nigerian Manufacturers
Nigerian manufacturers are struggling to stay in business because a foreign-exchange shortage spawned by the collapse in oil prices means they can’t import raw materials.
Oil rallies after Saudi Arabia promises additional 1mpd cut
Oil price spiked on Monday after Saudi Arabia announced an additional 1 million barrels oil-production cut to slash output to the lowest in 18 years in an effort…
Attacks on COVID-19 frontline health workers
The Federal Government on Monday decried attacks on frontline workers by patients, describing them as “inhuman and unacceptable”.
A growing list of global policy, business and finance leaders.
Schedule All times in BST (GMT+1).
ScheduleAll times in BST (GMT+1).
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DESTINATIONS / TRAVEL
Why I continued my round-the-world cycling trip even after losing myself
The experience did, however, give me a different perspective that challenged the expected “norm” that I’d find if I just read news headlines.