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World Bank: AfCFTA to boost Africa’s income by $450bn by 2035

The World Bank says the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted trade and triggered up to $79 billion in output losses in Africa alone this year. But the bank stressed that the African Continental Free Trade Agreement has the potential to boost Africa’s income by $450 billion by 2035. Winston Osuchukwu, co-Founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa for more.

How the naira devaluation impacts Nigerian businesses

With the recent 5.5 per cent devaluation in naira at the SMIS window, what currency risks are Nigerian businesses exposed to? Winston Osuchukwu, Co-Founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa for more.

How global trade tensions are impacting Ghana’s economy

In the face of a rising global trade tension and projected global recession in 2020 – to discuss how these global issues are impacting emerging economies like Ghana’s, Emmanuel Zewu, Vice President for the Economic Research and Policy analysis unit at New Era Africa and Winston Osuchukwu, Co-founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated join CNBC Africa for more.

U.S 30-year treasury yield hit record low, backs fears of global recession

Oil Prices steadied today following a sharp dip from recession concerns. Brent currently trades down 13 cents to 59 dollars 35 cents. To discuss this and other stories making the rounds, Winston Osuchukwu, Co-founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa for more.

What do Nigerians expect from the 9th national assembly?

As Nigeria 9th National Assembly gears up for the mantle, Winston Osuchukwu, Co-Founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to discuss the task ahead.

Nigeria added to EU’s dirty money blacklist

The European Commission has added Nigeria Saudi Arabia and four U.S territories to a blacklist of nations that pose a threat owing to insufficient controls on terrorism financing and money laundering. Winston Osuchukwu, Co-Founder Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to discuss Nigeria’s Anti-Laundering strategy.

NBS: Value of capital importation down 48.2% IN Q3’18

Nigeria's National Bureau of Statistics says the total value of capital importation into the country was down 48.2 per cent to $2.85 billion in the third quarter of the year. The NBS further disclosed that the largest amount of capital importation by type was received through portfolio investment. Winston Osuchukwu, Co-founder Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to break down the report.
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