Journal Articles and Book Chapters
August 2, 2016
A Review Of Nigerias 2016 Budget
reviews and assesses the 2016
budget of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in line with IMFsbudget assessment indicators, namely: comprehensiveness, transparency, and
realism. The assessment is based on
clear understanding of the present
administrations objectives, which are: to achieve socio-economic
and infrastructural development, to diversify the Nigerian economy, and to
achieve improved security of lives and properties.
FDI, FPI And Other Investments 2
FDI, FPI and other Investments: The unusual fall in overall capital importation, especially in equity investment, in the late 2015 and early 2016 is attributable to the tougher macroeconomic and finan
Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 37)
OPEC Monthly oil report reveals that Nigeria recorded the highest month-on-month increase in crude oil production among the OPEC member countries in August 2017. Specifically, at an increasing rate of 8 percent, domestic oil production rose to pre-2016 level of 1.86 million barrels per day in August 2017. With ongoing repairs in the sector, oil production could get to 2.2 million barrels per day in the near term, albeit the prior voluntary agreement to cap production at 1.8 million barrels per day. Going forward, there is need to address poor planning and policy inconsistencies in the sector, in order to ensure the influx of investors who have channeled their investments to other African countries due to laxity in policies in the sector.