Exportation Of “made In Nigeria” Goods As A Tool For The Development Of The Nigeria Economy

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ABSTRACT

An investigation into exportation of “made in Nigeria” goods as a tool for the development of Nigeria economy is an interesting topic.
The population for this study consists of all the workers of the Nigeria export promotion council information was gathered using questionnaires from thirsty-one employees of which only twenty of them were returned.
Findings showed that exportation of made in Nigeria have much role to play in the development of the Nigeria economy.  It also shows that in order to achieve this purpose incentives should be provided for producer of exportable goods, stiff prohibitive measure restricting export of goods should not be adopted and also to manufacture exportable goods to meet international make goods enhances the standard of living of Nigeria.  The so much needed foreign exchange depends on exportation of goods made in Nigeria goods enhance the  standard of living of Nigeria they include prohibitive tariffs, lack of export market.
The Nigeria export is dominated by a particular product serving as a major foreign exchanges and revenue earner, the federal government has may roles to play in strengthening the export sector of the Nigeria economy.
 
TABLE OF CONTENT 

CHAPTER ONE
1.0INTRODUCTION
1.1Background of the study
1.2Problem associate with the subject.
1.3Purpose of the study
1.4Research question
1.5Signification of the study
1.6Delimitation
1.7Limitation
1.8Definition of terms used
Reference

CHAPTER TWO
2.0REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE.
2.1Export and exportation
2.2Constituent of export
2.3Causes of non-affectation of made in Nigeria good
2.4Factors leading to effective exportation.
2.5Barriers to effective exportation
2.6Export and the Nigeria economy
2.7Scope of the study
2.8Population size
References

CHAPTER THREE
3.0Research methodology
3.1Sources of data
3.2Sample size determination
3.3Research instrument used.
3.4Presentation of data
3.5Analysis of data
3.6Summary of finding
3.7Conclusion
3.8Bibliography

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