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Economic Associates States Report - July 2017 Edition

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Friday, June 30, 2017/12:00PM/Economic Associates  

In furtherance of our quest to provide factual inputs into economic decision-making in Nigeria, Economic Associates (EA) is pleased to offer the July 2017 Edition of its Nigeria’s 36 States and the FCT: Economic, Fiscal, Sector and Well-Being Profiles. 

This edition includes new estimates of States’ 2016 GDP and sector shares derived from Nigeria’s re-based GDP series for the first time since the re-basing, insights from States’ 2017 budget, and 2015 well-being indicators across states. It should provide you clearer perspectives on the economic opportunities within the economy, and across sectors, states and regions, as well as provide you with more concrete basis for setting targets and evaluating performance. 

The report is now presented in four volumes: Outlook, which provides easy-to-read summaries of the economic data that conversations about Nigerian economy focus on; At-a-Glance, which provides compelling comparative perspectives; A-to-Z, which presents analytical state-by-state profiles; and, Regional Insights, which provides inter-regional comparisons alongside very detailed intra-regional profiles.

Volumes of the Report

Volume 1.   Outlook

The Outlook report provides easy-to-read summaries of the economic data that conversations about Nigerian economy focus on. It will track the evolving roles of global economic trends, domestic economic cycles and trends, and government policies in shaping Nigeria’s Economic Outlook, and share new insights with subscribers on an ongoing basis. This will make insights that are otherwise buried in complex data-sets become strikingly easy to relate to daily decisions.

Volume 2.   At-A-Glance

The At-A-Glance report provides a series of well-researched at-a-glance tables, charts, and narratives, across economic, fiscal, sector, and well-being indicators on all the states and FCT. 

Volume 3.   A-to-Z 

The A-to-Z report provides well-researched analytical state-by-state summaries of economic, fiscal and sector and well-being profiles with informative tables and charts and narratives on each state and the FCT. 

Volume 4.   Regional Insights 

The Regional Insights report provides a series of well researched at-a-glance comparative information on all regions, alongside detailed region-by-region summaries across economic, fiscal, sector, and well-being indicators on all regions in Nigeria.

Who should subscribe to Economic Associates Report 

The report provides valuable clues for private business decisions; government policy interventions; and evaluation of economic prospects of sectors and states. It is well suited for all decision-makers, investors, analysts and planners who must optimize their activities across sectors and states. It provides useful clues for:

·         Investors planning ventures in the country, states/regions but unsure where to go;

·         Business executives in their quests for inputs, production sites, and sales outlets;

·         Government officials seeking levers they can pull to hit desired targets.

·         Development partners looking for the weakest links to strengthen. 

Kindly download the Brochure HERE 

Subscription 

Annual Subscription fee is N1,250,000 per annum for each report. This will include the July 2017 issue and three quarterly updates. Quarterly subscription is N375,000 for each report. Subscribing for more than one report attracts 20 percent discount. Please visit www.econassociates.com/reports-subscription to complete an online subscription form, or Download the Subscription Form here, fill in your details and e-mail same to info@econassociates.com, or call Omotola on 0703 344 2370, 0809 071 3133.
 

Previous Reports from Economic Associates

1.       It is About Time to Resolve Nigeria's Monetary Policy Conundrums

2.      Nigeria’s Economic Outlook in 2017

3.      Recent Changes of Guards At The Central Bank of Nigeria

4.      Confronting Inter-Regional Disparities in Nigeria
 

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