Friday, 15 February 2019


In an unexpected development, Nigeria’s inflation has decreased to 11.37% in January despite increased government spending ahead of the Presidential elections. This news is a welcome development to the economy, especially when considering how election spending was seen stimulating economic growth at the cost of rising inflation. If inflationary pressures continue to ease, the Central Bank of Nigeria could be prompted to cut interest rates in a bid to stimulate growth by encouraging businesses to increase investments and consumers to borrow. The next major event risk for Nigeria will be the presidential elections tomorrow. While the outcome remains uncertain, it will certainly have a significant impact on Nigeria’s economic outlook.

Have you heard this? Many Nigerian exporters have been defrauded of huge amount of money in the process of exporting commodities to foreign countries. Do you know why? They were not trained on export operations, management, documentations and the best methods of payment in export trade. This is terrible!!! Nigerians cannot continue to lose money to foreigners in the course of export business. Exporters, why don’t you get a practical manual that teaches the stages of export trade from processing and packaging of commodities to receipt of payment by the foreign buyers. It teaches export operations, export management, export documentations and methods of payment in export trade? It is a contemporary step-by-step guide to export trade. It tells all the contemporary dynamics in export trade. To get it, click on the link below:

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