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Nigeria: An Improved Business Environment: Rhetoric vs Reality

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Nigeria: An Improved Business Environment: Rhetoric vs Reality


Progress has been made in equipping the army to take forward the fight against Boko Haram, brokering peace in the Niger delta, and reviving the campaign against corruption. But for the first time in more than two decades, the economy has gone into recession and recovery is looking uncertain.

 

Gillian Parker, our Nigeria analyst will provide an outlook for organisations on how the business environment is expected to evolve over the next two years and how this may impact business strategy and risk management on-going and planned projects in Nigeria.

 

Against a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, the webinar will evaluate:
    • Whether or not government is delivering on its bold promises to improve the climate for investment
    • If the reform efforts seen under acting president Yemi Osinbajo are sustainable in light of increasing political jockeying?
    • How is the regulatory environment changing to facilitate growth and investment? Where are the bottlenecks and are they being addressed

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