Nigeria exported N5.5bn solid mineral goods while the import component stood at $90.2m (N35.2bn) in the third quarter of 2020.
This was disclosed in the foreign trade statistics report for the third quarter of 2020 obtained from the National Bureau of Statistics. Part of the report read, “The total trade in solid mineral goods stood at N40.8bn in Q3, 2020, comprising an import component of N35.2bn and export component of N5.5bn.
“The major products exported under this sector were other cement exported to Niger Republic, worth N1.4bn. “This was followed by cement clinkers exported to Cameroon, worth N1.2bn as well as lead ores and concentrate exported to China, worth N1.0bn…
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