Friday, June 5, 2015 4:30 AM / FDC
The Buhari administration is taking off to a slow but calculated start. With limited and asymmetric handover notes, the team is probably busy validating, authenticating or repudiating the basic policy assumptions.
The markets and especially international investors are waiting in nervous anticipation for the economic blue print and a supplementary budget. The team is not willing to be stampeded into making precipitate decisions, but must be fully aware that the markets are expectant of some early but profound decisions.
These are some of the issues discussed at the LBS breakfast club by Bismarck Rewane and the FDC team of economists.
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