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Why Nigeria’s auto sector is in steady decline – Oseme
The industry is slow. This is because of the lack of investment, as well as access to new products. The economy has affected the sector negatively. There is a direct relationship between the health of the nation’s economy and the auto industry.
Fleet managers advised on cost management
17 Sep 2017
Motormasters has invited transport fleet managers for training on responsible auto fleet management.
Middle class attrition may keep sector down despite economic upturn
8 Sep 2017
While reports by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Nigeria ebbed out of recession with Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of 0.55 per cent in the second quarter of 2017...
Air fares rise amid ‘cheery news’
6 Sep 2017
Air travellers yesterday had nothing to show for the new economic status, as international air fares went up by some percentages.A check on portals of some foreign airlines and travel agencies revealed an upward review of ticket prices by about 10 per cent.
State of automotive policy in focus as group hosts lecture
21 Apr 2017
The yearly lecture series of the Nigeria Transport Lecture, organised by Transport Day Newspaper discussed the way forward for the country’s automotive industry.The 5th edition of the programme titled, ‘Nigeria Auto Policy.
Factors that will shape auto sector in 2017
6 Jan 2017
In 2017, the Chairman, Automobile and Allied Sectoral Group of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industries, (LCCI), Oseme Oigiagbe, predicted a marginal improvement in the sector should the prevailing economic situation becomes stable.