•Yar’Adua’s health stalls talks on airlines’ bailout plan
Investors across the various sectors of the nation’s economy are being cautious and jittery over uncertainties in the direction of Nigeria’s economy and the leadership vacuum created by President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua’s lingering ill-health.
Just as the president’s prolonged medical treatment in Saudi Arabia has stalled talks on the possible bail-out of the aviation sector, so also has it left the Petroleum Reform Bill (PIB) and 2010 budget ...
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Added January 10, 2010
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