Prospects for trade between Nigeria and its neighbours
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Feb 22, 2001 - Business & Economics - 41 pages
Economic integration in West Africa is a major political objective for all the States in the region and is supported by the main economic players in the region. The weight of Nigeria -- which accounts for 50% of the regional economy -- the many ...
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between guided deregulation and liberalisation
Fact file 5 Trading networks and regional trade
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1mporter's margin Selling AFEM billion border bureaux de change Cameroon Category Central Bank CFA franc Chad co-ordination Common External Tariff competitiveness Cost price Lagos Cote d'lvoire Cotonou country's currency allocation Customs duties d'lvoire and Ghana deregulation dollar economic operators economic policies ECOWAS estimated exchange rate exports Fact file FCFA food security foreign currency Foreign Exchange Market Franc zone fuel prices Ghana i.e. FCFA informal trade LARES liberalisation lorry Maiduguri mainly major manufactured margin Selling price monetary policy naira neighbouring countries Niger Nigeria Ltd Nigeria's trade policy Nigerian market Nigerian products NNPC official trade organisation parallel forex market parallel market payment port of Lagos price Transit Cotonou-Lagos Prohibited Prohibited Prohibited PROSPECTS FOR TRADE re-export trade refineries reforms regional integration regional trade second-hand clothes Selling price Transit sub-region taxes 1mporter's margin textiles Togo tonne trade between Nigeria trading networks transaction costs WAEMU West Africa West African countries