Nigeria's Richest Woman Says Onshore Oil Taxation Too HighBy
Petroleum Industry Bill should address onshore taxation
Alakija seeking to diversify business into power, agriculture
Nigeria’s 85 percent tax on onshore crude oil production is dissuading local investors from taking over assets from international oil companies, said Folorunso Alakija, an energy tycoon and the nation’s richest woman.
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