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The global economy is entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), or Industry 4.0, based on the application of new digital and automated technologies in production processes and service delivery. These changes are presenting emerging markets with opportunities such as improved productivity, as well as risks, namely reshoring and the...

 

When President Muhammadu Buhari took office in 2015, he pledged to increase the country’s crude oil refining capacity, fix state facilities and put an end to expensive fuel imports. The effort to address refining is ongoing; however, as more businesses enter the market, progress on these issues could make private sector involvement a crucial...

 

Automobile manufacturing is poised for accelerating growth over the medium term, as major carmakers like Nissan, PSA Group and Volkswagen move to revive, expand or build new manufacturing and assembly bases in-country. These firms and their domestic partners should reap the potential dividends of Nigeria’s large and growing automotive market,...

 

What are some of the biggest obstacles faced by manufacturers in Nigeria?

 

Although the oil and gas sector has driven economic growth in recent decades, Nigerian mining offers considerable potential gains. Home to abundant, untapped reserves, and increasingly the focus of pro-business policies, the sector is poised for robust near- and midterm growth as investors move to capitalise on opportunities in iron ore, gold...

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