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According to the Nigerian Finance Act, foreign companies which provide some specific services to Nigerians or persons resident in Nigeria may be liable to pay Companies Income Tax if they have significant economic presence in Nigeria. Click on the link below to see what companies are classified as having significant economic presence for the purpose of taxation under the Companies Income Tax Act in Nigeria. Read more

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