Nigeria's Palm Oil Industry to Aid Economic Growth
Nigeria is targeting at least N8 billion revenue from palm oil export annually, of which the country would have achieved the target if it had made use of its oil palm industry in the 1960s.
Vanguard, 31 August 2012
The Federal Government said on Thursday that it was targeting eight billion dollars revenue from palm oil export under the Agriculture Transformation Agenda (ATA). read more »
A market in Nigeria showing traders selling red pepper, oil palm, cow meat and clothing materials.
Daily Trust, 31 August 2012
Nigeria could be making at least N8 billion annually if it had maintained its market share of palm oil production from what it had in the 1960s, Minister of Agriculture and Rural ... read more »
This Day, 31 August 2012
The Federal Government Thursday said it was targeting $8 billion revenue from palm oil export under the Agriculture Transformation Agenda (ATA). read more »
This Day, 30 August 2012
Malaysian palm oil giant, Wilmar Nigeria Limited, has been advised to manage the Ibiae and Calaro Oil Palm Estates in Cross River State successfully, to generate revenue and create ... read more »
Greenpeace International, 24 August 2012
Industrial scale palm oil plantation is rapidly expanding in Africa. After a first expansion of palm oil in West Africa, major palm oil companies are now investing in Central ... read more »
Daily Trust, 2 August 2012
The House of Representatives and the Federal Ministry of Finance are in disagreement over import waivers on rice and palm oil granted to some individuals from January to 2012 to ... read more »