from Nigeria plans to put the private sector at the heart of the next phase of its economic development will be explored in an upcoming report by global research and advisory firm Oxford Business Group (OBG).
The Report: Nigeria 2023 will examine in detail the key sectors of the country’s economy with high growth potential, including agriculture, energy, ICT and industry.
It will also examine the important role played by public-private partnerships in supporting Nigeria’s infrastructure development, with major projects such as the Lekki Free Zone and the Lekki-Epe road among those in the spotlight.
The openings expected to emerge from the African Continental Free Trade Area will be another focal point, with an in-depth analysis of the potential the initiative holds to boost exports and foster new business partnerships.
Other topics to be covered include an ongoing campaign to encourage innovation and the introduction of technological solutions across all economic sectors, with the aim of galvanizing the growth of nascent segments, such as fintech. OBG has signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) as it begins work on The Report: Nigeria 2023. Under this agreement, the LCCI will will associate with OBG to produce the first message of the group. -pandemic analysis of Nigeria’s investment opportunities and economic development, and other related content.