International Trade in Nigeria

International Trade in Nigeria

The second biggest African economy and the eigth biggest oil exporter in the world, Nigeria was stronly hit by the world economic crisis, which led to a decline in the oil price. In 2010, the GDP growth however reached 7.4%, stimulated by the economy recovery adn the increase in oil price.... Read more

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    Freight Forwarding Agent, Customs Broker (Air & Sea).Transportation of goods from port of discharge to destinations, customs...
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    Property Investment, Nigeria

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    Wallnet Buisness Services Limited

    Market Entry, Nigeria

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    INTEC EXPORTS INDIA PVT.LTD.

    Export Management, Nigeria

    An ISO certified company, 'Intec Export India Pvt. Ltd.' brings forth the best range of products. It has over the years grown...

Overview About International Trade in Nigeria

Economic Overview

The second biggest African economy and the eigth biggest oil exporter in the world, Nigeria was stronly hit by the world economic crisis, which led to a decline in the oil price. In 2010, the GDP growth however reached 7.4%, stimulated by the economy recovery adn the increase in oil price. This trend should continue on this level in 2011.

During his tenure, the former President Olusegun Obasanjo had launched the National Economic Empowerment Development Strategy (NEEDS). This policy aimed to boost growth in the non-oil sector and improve macro-economic stability. These issues remain a priority for the current Head of State Umaru Yar'Adua. In addition, the country has launched a range of economic policies whose purpose is to make the State one of the top twenty global economic powers. Handing the energetic crisis, food security, employment, the development of transports and the financial reform are the main goals. More short-term, the authorities are committed to reducing the budget deficit and controlling inflation.

Despite the country's economic dynamism, Nigeria's social report is lower than the average in African countries. Half the population lives under the po...

News Related to International Trade in Nigeria

  • Exclusive: With Nigeria's northeast facing famine, WFP funds could dry up in weeks – sources - Apr 17, 2017

    ABUJA (Reuters) - The United Nations' World Food Programme could in a few weeks run out of funding to feed millions living on the brink of famine in Nigeria, four people familiar with the matter said, intensifying one of the world's largest humanitarian crises.

    Source: Reuters

  • Boko Haram Feeds Off Corruption in Nigeria - Apr 16, 2017

    [Al Jazeera] There is a stereotype of bustling internet cafes in Lagos full of opportunist young men earnestly trying to dupe recipients of their messages into supplying their credit card details. Three thousand miles away, a very different breed of Nigerian scammer can be found in the cafes of Knightsbridge, central London, funded by the very tax dollars that are so badly needed to develop their homeland.

    Source: ALL AFRICA

  • Nigeria: About '136 Missing' in River Niger Boat Accident - Apr 16, 2017

    [Premium Times] At least 136 are missing after a boat carrying some 150 people broke apart Friday, killing eight people.

    Source: All Africa