Nigeria Economic Chart Park

Gross Domestic Product And Contribution To GDP

Real GDP at 1990 Base Year

GDP growth in agric. sector relatively flat post-2004

Real GDP at 2010 Base Year

GDP growth in the agric. sector picks up in 2016Q1

Gross Domestic Product: Agriculture Gross Domestic Product growth rate recorded its highest point in 2006Q1 but fell sharply subsequently. Particularly, the slow growth recorded in 2015 and 2016Q1 is attributable to security challenges in the North Eastern part of Nigeria and slowdown of economic activities in the country.

Contribution to GDP: The agricultural sector contributed about 40 percent to overall GDP until the rebasing of the GDP in 2012 bringing the contribution of the agricultural sector below 30 percent. While the agricultural sector remains the second contributor to GDP, its contribution to GDP fell in 2016Q1 is attributable to the seasonal nature of farming.




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Internally Generated Revenue

Internally Generated Revenue: Total internally generated revenue particularly declined across the 36 states in Nigeria, in 2015. This is attributable to the weak macroeconomic and financial conditions

FDI, FPI And Other Investments

FDI, FPI and other Investments: Portfolio investment has continued to fall rapidly since 2014, while FDI inflows remain subdued since 2010

Appropriation Act (Budget)

Appropriation Act (Budget): Capital expenditure remarkably increased in 2016 relative to preceding year, on the account of the present governments renewed commitment to infrastructure development.

External Reserve

External Reserve: External reserve picked up from its year-2000 level below $10,000 million to above $60,000 million in 2008. However, the external reserve fell deeply in 2010/11 and even further in 2