Mondaq All Regions - Nigeria: Strategy
Deloitte Nigeria
The scorecard shows an overall result of 70% completion of targeted reforms.
Deloitte Nigeria
This publication contains an overview of the tax and investment environment of key economies in Africa.
Deloitte Nigeria
President Muhammadu Buhari on 5 April 2017, formally launched the National Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) for Nigeria.
Fred-Young & Evans
A Cooperative Society is a voluntary association of individuals, united by common bond, who have come together to pursue their economic goals for their own benefits.
Deloitte Nigeria
The Enabling Business Environment Secretariat, under the aegis of the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council, recently organized a stakeholders meeting to sensitize the public...
PwC Nigeria
Despite headwinds, Nigeria's nominal GDP breached the NGN100trillion mark for the first time ever in 2016.
Deloitte Nigeria
As the pace of technological change becomes exponentially faster, it is increasingly difficult to identify the major trends that could have profound effects on enterprises and consumers.
PwC Nigeria
The Nigerian government introduced the Nigerian Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP) in 2013 to revitalisethe auto industry.
PwC Nigeria
Growth in the non-oil sector (89.7% of GDP) has been the main driver of Nigeria's economic growth (5-year average: 6.2%), and employment.
Deloitte Nigeria
Major opportunities are unfolding across Sub-Saharan Africa to generate stronger economic growth, improve the lives of its people, and become important hubs of global trade.
Deloitte Nigeria
From its influence on infrastructure development, job creation, and contribution to gross domestic product on both an overall and per capita basis, a strong manufacturing sector creates a clear path toward economic prosperity.
PwC Nigeria
Our analysis identifies Agriculture, Petroleum (Petrochemical and Refining), Retail, and ICT as priority sectors with the most dominant transmission links to the overall economy.
PwC Nigeria
In the months leading up to January 2015, the price of oil fell by 60% driven down largely by booming shale oil production, the drop in energy demands from emerging markets and the strengthening of the US dollar.
PwC Nigeria
Oil is Nigeria's main source of foreign exchange earnings and government financing. As a result, growth expectations for the economy have deteriorated following recent drop in oil prices.
PwC Nigeria
Finally, Nigeria’s presidential election is over! Free, fair and peaceful were some of the words the global community used to describe the elections which made history when the incumbent administration conceded defeat.
PwC Nigeria
People have become accustomed to the ease, speed and intuition of the on-line shopping experience.
Deloitte Nigeria
The Nigerian economy has been growing at an impressive average 7% per annum over the last five years and it is clear that size matters.
Bloomfield
Since 1999 Nigeria has experienced a profound level of structural, political and economic changes that have made it one of the emerging markets in Africa as well as a vital contributor to the world economy.
Deloitte Nigeria
Great success stories emerge when Deloitte's network of member firms helps businesses deploy SAP® solutions, transform operations, and deliver meaningful results.
Deloitte Nigeria
Global health care expenditures are projected to reach US$8.7 trillion by 2020, up from US$7 trillion in 2015.
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Fred-Young & Evans
A Cooperative Society is a voluntary association of individuals, united by common bond, who have come together to pursue their economic goals for their own benefits.
Deloitte Nigeria
President Muhammadu Buhari on 5 April 2017, formally launched the National Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) for Nigeria.
PwC Nigeria
Despite headwinds, Nigeria's nominal GDP breached the NGN100trillion mark for the first time ever in 2016.
Deloitte Nigeria
Global health care expenditures are projected to reach US$8.7 trillion by 2020, up from US$7 trillion in 2015.
Deloitte Nigeria
The Enabling Business Environment Secretariat, under the aegis of the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council, recently organized a stakeholders meeting to sensitize the public...
PwC Nigeria
The Nigerian government introduced the Nigerian Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP) in 2013 to revitalisethe auto industry.
Deloitte Nigeria
As the pace of technological change becomes exponentially faster, it is increasingly difficult to identify the major trends that could have profound effects on enterprises and consumers.
PwC Nigeria
Our analysis identifies Agriculture, Petroleum (Petrochemical and Refining), Retail, and ICT as priority sectors with the most dominant transmission links to the overall economy.
PwC Nigeria
In the months leading up to January 2015, the price of oil fell by 60% driven down largely by booming shale oil production, the drop in energy demands from emerging markets and the strengthening of the US dollar.
Deloitte Nigeria
Great success stories emerge when Deloitte's network of member firms helps businesses deploy SAP® solutions, transform operations, and deliver meaningful results.
Deloitte Nigeria
Major opportunities are unfolding across Sub-Saharan Africa to generate stronger economic growth, improve the lives of its people, and become important hubs of global trade.
PwC Nigeria
Growth in the non-oil sector (89.7% of GDP) has been the main driver of Nigeria's economic growth (5-year average: 6.2%), and employment.
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