Improvement in Nigeria’s Business Environment Could Boost Activities Within The Agric Value Chain


Thursday, November 01, 2018 / 07:35 PM / FDC

Nigeria’s Ease of Doing Business score improved 2.66% to 52.89 (of 100) in 2018. The improved score is reflective of successful business reforms by the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC).

An improvement in Nigeria’s business environment could boost activities within the agriculture value chain. This may likely increase output and possibly push commodity prices down in the near term.

The below screenshots contains a snapshot of the developments in the commodities market both in the domestic and global context.

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