Nigeria Attracted $6.8bn Investments In Nine Months – NBS


    The nation attracted $6.85bn worth of investments in the first nine months of 2017; while some state governments took advantage of portfolio investors’ appetite for the Nigerian market, others allowed the opportunity to slip.

    Between January and September last year, about 28 state governors could not attract any form of investments to their states, an analysis of the Capital Importation Report for the period has revealed.

    The report, prepared by the National Bureau of Statistics, contains the total amount of fresh investments attracted to the Nigerian economy during a particular period of time.



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