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Procedure for Obtaining Mobile Money Operator License in Nigeria

On 3rd August 2021, the recent Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) released the Guidelines for the Establishment and Regulation of Payments Service Holding Companies (“PSHC”) in Nigeria. The Guidelines requires companies that intend to offer both switching and processing and mobile money services to set up a PSHC structure.

Overseas Business Risk - Cameroon

Information on how UK businesses can control risks when operating in Cameroon.

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Made in the UK, Sold to the World: New strategy to boost exports to £1 trillion

The new export strategy kickstarts ‘Race to a Trillion’ as DIT publishes 12-point plan to help UK businesses hit £1 trillion in exports.

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