Gross Domestic Product
‘Why Nigerian tourism sector lags behind amid huge potential’
Lack of clear destination marketing strategy and synergy among stakeholders has been identified as the bane of Nigerian travel and tourism sector.
‘Why non-oil export sector may remain at level of potential’
The expectations of an end to the rhetorics of “potential” in the non-oil sector may remain unrealised, with assessed myriads of challenges and declining fortunes presently assailing the sector. According to the non-oil exporters, challenges revolving around products, pricing, paperwork, payment, promotion and policies need to be addressed for the non-oil export sector to contribute…
Reasons economists cannot manage economies well
The seventh weakness of economics and economists is that they do not understand the production or supply side. So, they are unable to promote production.
Recession to worsen Nigeria’s rising debt burden
Barely two weeks after meeting with top government officials, Fitch Ratings has passed a negative verdict on the economy, saying that its weak state will worsen Nigeria’s debt profile.
Road to recovery: Why structure is the problem - Part 2
In Nigeria, we have an abysmally low level of tax revenue to Gross Domestic Product (estimated at 1.6 per cent in 2012 and currently 7 per cent) compared to other African countries.
Budget and oil economy: Nigeria’s many troubles
The facts about Federal Government’s fiscal plan in 2016 are obvious. That it made an all-time high budget plan at N6.06 trillion. But it also appropriated an all-time deficit ...
Economy bleeds as blue chips lose N51.8b
With four major blue-chip companies losing as much as N51.86 billion in the first half of 2016, the lot of the manufacturing sector is getting bleaker.
‘How more women can attain top management positions’
More women are on the verge of making it to top offices in blue chip companies with determination to prove their competence and eradicate gender discriminations at workplace.