taxation in e-commerce
December 20, 2021 Omaplex 0 Comments

Taxation In E-Commerce Taxation In E-Commerce Previous Next The concept of E-Commerce which is usually interchanged with the term ‘e-business’ is simply the buying and…

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August 31, 2021 Omaplex 0 Comments

The Petroleum Industry Act (The Act), 2021 (PIA) seeks to introduce far-reaching reforms in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry aimed at establishing good governance, best practices, and the ease of doing business by clarifying roles and responsibilities of officials and institutions, enabling frontier exploration, improving environmental compliance, and transforming the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) into a commercially viable enterprise.

Current Trends In Artificial Intelligence And Business disruption
April 8, 2021 Omaplex 0 Comments

Technology has proven time and time again that it has come to stay, from the advent of computers, to mobile phones, to digitalization and now to Artificial Intelligence. The industry has gone through various degrees of failures and successes and it has finally picked up to the extent that it has started to affect and transform our way of doing business.

February 23, 2021 Omaplex 0 Comments

Although the AFCTA is yet to be ratified by all 55 state members of the AU, as the name implies, the major objective of the AFCTA is to create a single continental market for goods and services in Africa; a ‘‘Free to Trade” Area where businesses, persons and investments can enjoy free movement thus paving the way for the harmonization and facilitation of businesses across Africa in general. The AFCFTA is also expected to enhance competitiveness at the industry and enterprise level through exploitation of opportunities in the trade in goods, trade in services, investment and intellectual property rights.

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February 15, 2021 Omaplex 0 Comments

The Nigerian Constitution, 1999: The constitution, being the principal instrument of law in Nigeria only provides a blanket provision regarding mining. Section 44(3) provides thus: “Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this section, the entire property in and control of all minerals, mineral oils and natural gas in under or upon the territorial waters and the Exclusive Economic Zone of Nigeria shall vest in the Government of the Federation and shall be managed in such manner as may be prescribed by the National Assembly.”