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By Wendell Roelf. CAPE TOWN, Feb 5 – Nigeria expects its mining sector to account for 3% of GDP over the next five years from just 0.3% currently as the government seeks to diversify the economy

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Nigeria sets ambitious target for mining sector growth

* Nigeria looks for investment in fledgling mining sector * Minister aims to boost mining to 3% of GDP by 2025 * Mining sector growth aim is unrealistic analyst (Updates with analyst quotes, companies) By Wendell Roelf CAPE TOWN, Feb 5 (Reuters) Nigeria expects its mining sector to grow to 3% of GDP within the next five years from just 0.3% currently as the government seeks to diversify

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As part of its efforts to ensure sustainability in the Nigerian mining sector, global law firm, Hogan Lovells, recently hosted a forum to discuss global best practices and establish solutions that can lead to sustainable growth in this sector.

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Nigeria sees exponential mining sector growth within five

Feb 05, 2020 · Nigeria has been trying to boost the sector as part of efforts to diversify its economy. But insufficient geodata, weak infrastructure and limited enforcement of regulations has held the industry back. "The shortterm goalis to raise the contribution of the mining sector from 0.33 percent to 3 percent within the next five years," Adegbite said.

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Aug 08, 2018 · Industry stakeholders are however divided over the state of Nigeria''s mining industry. President, Miners Association of Nigeria, Alhaji Sani Shehu, said multiple taxes being collected by the government at the federal and state levels were bane of development and growth in the mining sector.

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Nigeria expects its mining sector to account for 3% of GDP over the next five years from just 0.3% currently as the government seeks to diversify the economy away from oil, the minister for mines

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May 14, 2018 · The Miners Association of Nigeria (MAN) has attributed the growth of the mining sector in the last two years to increased investments due to the interactive fora created to woo investors.

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Nigeria expects its mining sector to account for 3% of GDP over the next five years from just 0.3% currently as the government seeks to diversify the economy away from oil, the minister for mines and steel development said on Wednesday. Olamilekan Adegbite said he expects "exponential growth" in the mining sector, with gold, lead, []

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Gold, lead, zinc, limestone and coal are among seven strategic minerals Nigeria has identified for investment. "We''ve seen steady growth and we''re now poised for exponential growth as investments start crystallising," Olamilekan Adegbite told Reuters on the sidelines of the Mining Indaba in Cape Town.

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Sep 17, 2017 · By Dipo Olowookere Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has disclosed that the newly inaugurated National Council on Mining and Mineral Resources Development (NCMMRD), will help accelerate growth in the sector through adequate oversight and guidance as well as strategic input from states and host

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Hogan Lovells leads discussion on sustainable growth in Nigeria''s mining sector As part of its efforts to ensure sustainability in the Nigerian mining sector, global law firm, Hogan Lovells, recently hosted a forum to discuss global best practices and establish solutions that can lead to sustainable growth in this sector.

Nigeria sets ambitious target for mining sector growth

Nigeria expects its mining sector to grow to 3% of gross domestic product (GDP) within the next five years from just 0.3% currently as the government seeks to diversify the economy away from oil, the minister for mines and steel development said on Wednesday.

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The importance of mining and quarrying in accelerating the pace of economic growth in Nigeria should rather motivate the government to deregulate and reform the sector. This will enable the government to attract investors into the sector, while effectively planning to encourage the proliferation of smallscale artisan, mediumscale and large

Nigeria sees rapid mining sector growth within five years

Nigeria expects its mining sector to account for 3% of GDP over the next five years from just 0.3% currently as the government seeks to diversify the economy away from oil, the minister for mines and steel development said on Wednesday.

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Representative Image Image Credit: Pixabay. Nigeria expects its mining sector to account for 3% of GDP over the next five years from just 0.3% currently as the government seeks to diversify the economy away from oil, the minister for mines and steel development said on Wednesday.