Nigeria Set to Recover U.S.$62 Billion From Oil Firms

Since 1998, underpayment of taxes to the Nigerian government has finally caught up with oil giants operating in the country. Under the country's joint operating agreement, Nigeria is authorised to review the existing profit-sharing formula with its partners once crude oil prices at the international oil market rise above U.S.$20 per barrel.

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