ECOWAS

Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 12)

As of the end of December 2022, Nigeria’s total debt stock stood at N46.25 trillion, comprising 40.4 percent (N18.7 trillion) in external debt and 59.56 percent (N27.55 trillion) in domestic debt, according to data from the Debt Management Office (DMO)1 . This represents a N6.69 trillion (16.9 percent) increase over the N39.56 trillion recorded for […]

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Exchange Rate Volatility And Manufacturing Output In Ecowas Economies

This study examined the impact of exchange rate volatility on manufacturing output in the ECOWAS, using time series data spanning from 1970 to 2019. The study employed panel data analysis to examine the relationship between exchange rate volatility and manufacturing output among all the ECOWAS countries. GARCH was used to establish the existence of volatility; […]

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Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 49)

The ECOWAS single currency proposed to take off in January 2020 seems unlikely1. This is partly due to the failure of member states to meet all the preliminary requirements in the original treaty. Countries like Guinea Bissau and Togo are the ones to meet the primary conditions of a budget deficit of 3% or less, […]

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Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 29)

Latest report from NBS shows that the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) generated ₦39.06 billion in 20181 as against ₦35.72 billion it generated as local revenue in 2017- representing a growth of 9.3%. Whereas the Combined Expatriate Residence Permit and Aliens Card (CERPAC) generated the highest revenue of ₦20.4 billion, the ECOWAS/African affairs revenue section recorded […]

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Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 25)

The recent report on Nigeria’s Public Debt Stock for the first quarter of 2018 indicates a 4.5 percent Quarter-over-Quarter increase, from N21.7 trillion in Q4 2017 to N22.7 trillion1, and a Year-on-Year increase of 18.5 percent from N19.2 trillion2. The ratio of domestic debt to external debt is put at 70:30, a reduction in domestic […]

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CSEA participates in the Regional Dissemination Conference of Research Results from Research on Tobacco Taxation in West Africa

CSEA joined other participants at the  Regional Dissemination Conference of results from Phase II of the Research Project on Tobacco Taxation in West Africa tagged  “Tax Solutions for Optimal Reduction of Smoking in West Africa”. The conference was organized by the Consortium for Economic and Social Research (CRES) and funded by Canada’s International Development Research Center […]

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