FDI in Q3 prints $414s, a 100% jump year on year in Nigeria.
The inflows of $1.46 billion represent a 12.86% increase compared to N1.29 billion received in Q2 2020.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has disclosed that the country’s non-oil exports increased from N1 trillion to N2 trillion in one year.
The publication from the NBS disclosed that capital imported into the Nigerian economy declined in the third quarter by 7.8%.
A recent report released by Fitch Solutions disclosed that Ghana and other countries in Africa are ahead of Nigeria in terms of FDI.
The Nigerian Naira has faced upside pressure since the start of the third-quarter as the Naira exchange rate to the dollar on the Investors and Exporters’...
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has revealed that Nigeria attracted total capital inflows worth $33.27 billion in the past seventeen months.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has disclosed in its Global Investment Trends Monitor for 2018 that Nigeria's foreign direct investment (FDI) fell by 36 per cent last...
FG seeks more investments from foreign investors
Data from the National Bureau of Statistics reveal Nigeria attracted a total of $12.2 billion for the year ended December 2017 compared to $5.1 billion for...