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Atiku To Create Jobs In Abuja

Former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar on Friday announced that he would establish an animal feeds factory in Abuja as part of his contribution towards boosting employment in the country. 244 more words

General

Don't Blame a Lack of Job Growth on the Free Trade Agreements

A.  Introduction

It has been repeatedly said in the current US presidential campaign that the various free trade agreements the US has signed in recent decades have led to a decimation of jobs in manufacturing.   1,690 more words

Labor

Dangote To Create 210,000 Jobs In Agriculture

Dangote Group of Companies on Tuesday said the organisation would create 210,000 jobs for the unemployed Nigerians in agriculture between now and 2018 in agricultural sector. 204 more words

Economy

My thoughts on the Kenya 2016 Economic Survey and interview panel on the same

This article first appeared in my weekly column with the Business Daily on May 8, 2016

The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) released the Economic Survey 2016 which provided interesting insights on the state of the Kenyan economy. 681 more words

Development Economics

THINK | CREATE | TAKE ACTION; Street Project Bootcamp 2016

Thursday 5th May, 2016 we took an amazing team of CREATIVES through the Creative Problem Solving process. The key focus was on applying the CPS process in drafting a feasible plan, identifying and using available resources to implement enterprising ideas with their skills. 66 more words

Creativity And Entrepreneurship

A series on business fables. First fable up – “Businesses are job creators.”

Here are four common misperceptions about business activities, in my humble (OK, obnoxious) view:

  1. Businesses are job creators
  2. Business spending drives economic cycles.
  3. Business investment is all good.
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U.S. Economy

Our Political Conundrum

We all know the drill now – towards election time, political parties hustle and bustle, all the while making a lot of noise to us and against each other as to how they plan to curb the country’s biggest crises of unemployment and the overall state of our economy. 572 more words

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