Nigerian economy is still very fragile and is now falling from the post-recessional economic recovery it made, especially in the second, third and fourth quarters of...
India overtook Netherlands to become Nigeria’s leading export trading partner.
a total of 6,081,958.65 Mwh of electricity was consumed in Nigeria in Q2 2018.
Nigeria Non-Oil GDP as a percentage of GDP was 91.45% compared to Oil GDP of 8.55% for the quarter ending June 2018.
Nigeria's external debt stock rose to $22.08bn as at Q2 2018.
Nigeria's Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate for the quarter ending June 2018 was 1.50%.
Nigeria's Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI) in the first quarter of 2018 was $4,119.46 million
The table below captures Nigeria's Sector GDP Growth rate every year since 1982.
In 2017, Compensation of Employees stood at N16.03 trillion growing by 11.14% in real terms.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has released the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Income and Expenditure Approach for 2017