within a one-year period covering October 2018 and September 2019, the Nigerian economy attracted a total of $21.81bn worth of investments, figures released from the National Bureau of Statistics have shown.
The investments inflow, according to an analysis of the NBS capital importation report, came from various sources. They are foreign direct investments made up of equity; portfolio investment comprising bonds, money market instruments; and other investments made up of trade credits, currency deposits and other claims.
A breakdown of the $21.81bn investments showed that the sum of $2.14bn was invested in the economy in the fourth quarter 2018…
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