Foreign Direct Investments
FDIs drop as ‘hot money’ dominates Nigeria’s $5.85bn imported capital in Q1
Nigeria’s ability to attract sustainable foreign direct investments (FDIs) remained weak, as the bulk of imported capital continues to be dominated by portfolio investments
Experts advocate better working milieu to drive FDIs
Experts have urged the Federal Government to be mindful of the impact of increasing revenue generation through taxation. The experts, who noted that tax remains an economic growth driver, one of which is the Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs), also sought a better working environment to drive these FDIs.
‘How free trade zones can drive industrialisation, foreign investments’
To drive industrialization and attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) into the country, the Nigeria America Chamber of Commerce (NACC) has emphasised the need for the present administration to prioritise developmental efforts towards developing infrastructural facilities at the nation’s free trade zones. Indeed, the chamber stated that against the backdrop of depleting natural resources, governments of…
Stakeholders chart path to FDI growth in Nigeria
For Nigeria to attract increased flow of Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs), deliberate multi-agency efforts have been identified as a necessity that will bring about the needed reforms and development required by the nation.
Quest for FDIs, falling revenue spike debt-service ratio to 62 per cent
Nigeria’s efforts to attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs), as well as frequent domestic borrowings at “lofty” interest rates in the last three years, have climaxed...
UK targets £11.6b non-oil export, FDI footprint in Nigeria by 2030
If the Federal Government can enhance the ease of doing business in the country, bilateral ties between Nigeria and the United Kingdom may hit £11.6 billion by 2030 ...
Does capital investment promote sustainable economic growth?
The other day some Nigerian newspapers had a news item captioned, “Five Ministers in London” in which it was revealed that the five Nigerian ministers were in London on foreign investment drive.