• Economic Environment of Busines
    the midst of a challenged economy, the credit policy should also be reviewed upwards to support her distributors. This paper aims to expose the economic factors and their effect on the macro economy, the FMCG industry and Guinness Nigeria Plc. INTRODUCTION Nigeria has indulged itself with the...
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  • Labour Economics
    financial and food crises had eaten deep into people‘s finances. Though the move is aimed at increasing the purchasing power of beneficiaries, its effect on the economy, according to experts, could either be negative or positive, especially in a situation where a large percentage of the country‘s...
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  • Effect of Devaluation of Naira on Price Level
    wear, and vehicles. Because of the depressed economy and decreased purchasing power of the naira, Nigerians can only afford to buy these second-hand products. So, even when Nigerians participate directly in economic investment as a consumer they are not able to buy Nigerian products and therefore are...
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  • Projects
    ) 120. BANK FRAUD AND ITS EFFECTS ON NIGERIAN’S ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF AFRIBANK NIGERIA PIC ENUGU) 121. THE ROLE OF INTERNAL AUDITING IN THE EFFECTING MANAGEMENT CONTROL OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 122. VAT SYSTEM IN NIGERIA 123. PROPER ACCOUNTING AND BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION IN NIGERIA WITH...
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  • impact of manufacturing sector and exchange rate in nigeria
    , skilled labor, and the government industrial policies availability of goo e.t.c However in a developing economy like Nigeria, the availability of capital goods is constrained by the low technological and base, which necessitates the dependencies on the developed countries of the world for the supply...
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  • Exchange Rate Variation and Inflation in Nigeria
    power. The purchasing power of a given amount of naira (currency) will be smaller over time when there is inflation in the economy. For instance, assuming N10.00 (Nigeria unit currency) can purchase 10 shirts in the current period, if the price of shirts double in the next period, the same N10.00 can...
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  • Research Proposal
    sooner the loan was taken than the economy started crumbling. The purchasing power of naira dwindled with attendant hardship; transport of goods became problematic, cost of production jumped and consumer items were beyond the reach of the common man. The authorities sensing economic danger rushed...
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  • Implication of the Currency Overvaluation in Nigeria
    Purchasing Power parity (PPP). The PPP depicts that, in an efficient market, the exchange rate of two currencies results in equal purchasing power. That is, if $1 is worth N150, $1 in the USA should buy the same amount in goods and services that N150 can buy in the Nigeria. Currently, in Nigeria...
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  • south africa vs nigeria
    INTRODUCTION The 2008 economic crisis affected African nations in the developing world in a very similar way. Nigeria suffered a fall in oil prices , reduction in exports and a downward trend in the stock market whilst South Africa suffered the same effects but rather than crude oil they...
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  • Real Estate Investments in Nigeria
    ]), improve the per capita income significantly, boost purchasing power, develop the middle socio – economic class and revamp the economy. Peregrine Consulting, Nigeria 6 Efforts are on to reverse the infrastructural decay through the use of concessions and Public Private Partnership programmes in...
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  • Inflation and Govt Expenditure
    , the currency loses purchasing power. The purchasing power of a given amount of naira will be smaller over time when there is inflation in the economy. The optimal size of public sector is one of the most appealing topics in fiscal policy and public finance studies. Several theories have been...
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  • Interest-Free Banking and Islamic Banking in Nigeria
    Interest-free Banking and Islamic Banking in Nigeria By: Salim Salihu Muhammed Nigeria’s quest for a virile banking reform had led to the adoption of several policies and strategies that would truly give the nation’s economy an edge towards growth and sustainability. No doubt, the bail outs of...
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  • Problems and Prospects of Marketing
    the particular situation at hand in a given country. For instance if there is severe inflation in a country and if left uncheck it will reduce the standard of living of the people as a result of the fall in their purchasing power. This situation could have a multiplier effect, because sales may...
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  • The Impact of Exchange Rate Fluctuation on Macroeconomic Performance in Nigeria
    effect of exchange rate on the current account balance in Nigeria. ii. To examine the effect of exchange rate fluctuation on the inflation rate in Nigeria iii. To examine the effect of exchange rate on the external reserve in the Nigeria Economy iv. To examine the effect of exchange rate on...
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  • Effect of Inflation on the Delivery of Construction Project in Nigeria
    AN APPARAISAL OF THE EFFECT OF INFLATION ON THE DELIVERY OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT IN NIGERIA. SUMMITED BY SANUSI, AZEEZ OLUWAWEMIMO HND II QUANTITY SURVEYING REG: 093052006 A PROJECT REPORT TO DEPARTMENT OF QUANTITY SURVEYING, SCHOOL OF ENVIROMENTAL STUDIES, LAGOS STATE POLYTECHNIC...
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  • Capital Flight and the Nigerian Economic Recession Indicators: an Econometric Anaysis (1981 – 2004)
    ) was 0.45 to US$1 with an import balance of payment valuing $15,736,230,000. When a currency loses its purchasing power, in such an economy, too much money will be chasing few goods which imply inflation. What can be observed here is that one problem leads to another. Inflation in developing country...
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  • Pig Farming
    Policies, arising from reduced purchasing power of consumers. Liquidity squeeze worldwide has been of major concern to all sector of the economy which has made it difficult for local Banks to grant loan for economic expansion.  Where they do, the limited funds available attract higher interest charge...
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  • The Effect of Deregulation Policies on the Profitability of Banks in Nigeria
    what monetary policy is all about. In this content, monetary policy could be defined as a policy which deals with discretionary control of money supply by the monetary authorities in order to achieve stated economic goal of society. The performance of the Nigeria economy has on the decline for a...
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  • Analysis of the Challenges of Fiscal Federalism and Revenue Allocation in Nigeria.
    framework in Nigeria. Minimum wage (hereafter MW) legislation is a major income policy readily employed in this regard. Although MW policy has both negative and positive effects on the overall economy, policy makers, especially politicians, have used it more often for political purposes than for socio...
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  • E-Marketing
    in the time past. In Nigeria the business climate is expected to improve tremendously with the President Musa Yar Adua’s seven points agenda, the people will become more empowered and their purchasing power will be enhanced for both consumption and investment purposes. The government has equally...
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