The African Continental free trade area “AfCFTA” is a tremendous opportunity not only for “turbo-charge” development but also for the creation of regional public goods, in particular infrastructure, which will allow Africa to have a prosperous and sustainable future.
In the African environment with economies facing growth challenges, the self-employed assumes an indispensable role in the functioning of the market economy, as they constitute the first stage in the creation of a crowded and competitive market.
Consequent upon the commitment of the Federal Government to examine and enact a fiscal policy annually, the Finance Act 2020 “the Act” was signed into law by the President on 31 December 2020.
Centurion Law Group advises Panoro Energy on its acquisition of Tullow ‘s oil Asset in Equatorial Guinea
Pan African Law Conglomerate, Centurion Law Group is pleased to have acted as local counsel to Panoro Energy ASA (Panoro) on the $105 million purchase of all Tullow Oil PLC (Tullow) assets in Equatorial Guinea.
Once one of the world’s biggest producers, Mexico has had a sweet and sour relationship with the upstream industry.
Introduction In a letter dated 5 February 2021, the Nigerian government through its apex bank – the Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) – clamped down on cryptocurrencies in Nigeria. The letter specifically mentions that all Deposit Money Banks (DMBs), Non-Bank Financial Institutions (“NBFIs”) and Financial Institutions (“FIs”) must comply with the following directives: Stop the…
Equatorial Guinea’s customs, duties and formalities for exports and imports at the land borders with Cameroon and Gabon: Could this be the first steps to implement the AfCFTA?
One of the most stressful exercises for a merchant results from the payment of tax obligations, especially when those taxes emanate from a poorly regulated and difficult to control trade system.
Judicial review is an important legal concept for applicants who are seeking to challenge the lawfulness of acts or decisions of public authorities.
Reduction of personnel for economic reasons vs Suspension of employment contracts: Why are companies in Equatorial Guinea spending money in times of crisis?
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, many countries have been overwhelmed and the health systems of the most powerful countries have collapsed.
The long-awaited African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is finally operational, wherein trading commenced on the 1st of January 2021.
It is not new that regulatory uncertainty is of great concern for developing oil & gas projects.
January 1st, 2021 marked the start of trading under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement.