State of The Nigerian Economy: LBS Monthly Report – January 2020.

Stockbrokers Chart New Path For Capital Markets, Seek Sustainable Growth

Since the Nigerian government shut its borders in August 2019, has Africa’s largest economy witnessed justifiable results to back this policy? Is the economy witnessing a decline in petrol importation or otherwise?

Will Lagos State achieve its vision for a more efficient transportation system after its ban on bikes and tricycles came into effect in February?

What does the adoption of the Eco as the sub-regional currency for Western Africa’s Francophone countries mean and the wider implication for Africa?

These are some of the areas of interest covered in the LBS Monthly Report – January 2020

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Victor Okeh is a graduate of Economics from Lagos State University. He is versatile in reporting business and economy, politics and finance, and entrepreneurship articles. He can be reached via – [email protected]chnigeria.com.

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