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Nigeria is the nation with the 5th largest agric output in the world

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Friday, January 12, 2018 /9:00 AM /FDC 

With an agricultural output of approximately $120bn, Nigeria is the nation with the 5
th largest agric output in the world, just ahead of Brazil (6th). The sector is growing at 3% (2017), higher than GDP growth (0.8%). This performance is driven primarily by import substitution, policy initiatives and favourable weather.

Agriculture’s growth is higher than the population growth and is primarily responsible for the non-oil sector’s superior performance.


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