Nigeria lays gigantic tax claim on oil companies

Nigerian authorities are demanding taxes for a total of USD 20 billion from a series of foreign oil companies operating in the country. These companies include Equinor, Shell and Total.

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Nigerian authorities are demanding a total of USD 20 million in tax claims from international oil companies, Reuters reports.

The oil companies include Equinor, Shell, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Eni and Total – all of which have received tax claims from Nigeria, which has the largest oil reserves in Africa and is the largest economy on the continent.

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