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Author Iarossi, Giuseppe.

Title An assessment of the investment climate in Nigeria / Giuseppe Iarossi, Peter Mousley, and Ismail Radwan
Published Washington, DC : World Bank, [2009]
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 126 pages) : illustrations
Series Directions in development. Private sector development
Directions in development (Washington, D.C.). Private sector development.
Contents Firm productivity in Nigeria -- The business environment in Nigeria -- Comparing the state-level investment climate -- Access to finance -- Entrepreneurship and managerial capacity in Nigerian firms -- Other aspects of the investment climate : functioning of the labor market, micro enterprises, and gender differences -- Conclusions : framing a policy response -- Appendices
Summary Nigeria has a clear vision of where it wants to be. The country??s vision 2020 expresses a bold desire to be among the top twenty economies by the year 2020. The economy has posted impressive growth figures since 2003 driven by higher oil prices and a series of home-grown, economic reforms. The country is now firmly on the road to middle-income status. But what else do government and the private sector need to do to create the jobs and growth that will underpin the national development strategy? What are the challenges that Nigeria??s businesses face today? What can government do to promote jo
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-106) and index
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Subject Investments -- Nigeria.
Form Electronic book
Author Mousley, Peter, 1956-
Radwan, Ismail.
LC no. 2008051178