Reps shelve oil subsidy debate, okay fiscal plan

Probe licences of 26 non-functional private refineries Senate asks Okonjo-Iweala for fuel import audit report Labour, groups mobilise for protest A SETBACK mounted by the nation’s lawmakers and workers’ groups yesterday further dimmed the prospect of the removal of oil subsidy as being contemplated by the Federal Government. Sending a subtle notice of disapproval of the government’s move yesterday, the House of Representatives approved the 2012-2014 Medium Term Fiscal Frame-work (MTFF), but refused ...
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Added December 01, 2011
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