Structural adjustment programme in the Nigerian economy
National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, 1992 - Business & Economics - 490 pages
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A Preliminary Assessment of the Theoretical Foundations
Fiscal Policy Under SAP with Emphasis on the Federal
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acid African aggregate agricultural allocation balance of payments billion boom Budget capacity utilisation capital Cassava cent Central Bank chemicals cocoa cost creditors crisis crops currency debt service deficit demand dependence depreciation devaluation developing countries domestic production Dutch Disease effect Enugu exchange rate expenditure export external debt Federal fiscal policy foreign exchange market Fund growth impact import income increase industrial inflation inputs institutions investment ISDN labour Lagos loans maize manufacturing measures ment monetary naira Nigeria Nigerian economy NITEL non-oil oil palm Osagie output package palm oil percent period petroleum planning political post-SAP problems public sector ratio raw materials reduce rescheduling restructuring result revenue role SAP projections savings SFEM significant social Source starch strategy Structural Adjustment Programme Table tariff telecommunications tion trade University of Ibadan variable World Bank