Nigeria’s economic diversification strategy to be highlighted at the AFRICA CEO FORUM
February 27, 2018
- The Africa CEO Forum, which is holding its 6th edition on 26 and 27 March in Abidjan, is devoting an exclusive panel discussion to the Nigerian economy and its diversification model. And how can it inspires other african economies ?
- Nigeria will be represented in full force this year, with over 80 high-level delegates attending the Forum.
LAGOS, Nigeria, 26 February 2018, -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- At a time when Nigeria is still struggling to break free of its dependence on oil, which still accounts for more than 90% of its export earnings, its economy is starting to see an improvement and prospects are looking better for the country’s businesses. Numerous companies have emerged in the finance, technology, agriculture, entertainment and industrial sectors. From Yaba district startups to rice mills of Kano and the burgeoning automotive sector, there is a growing list of companies whose performance is no longer tied to oil prices. How is Nigeria doing it ?
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