The United States Census Bureau (USCB) has disclosed that Nigeria recorded a total of $7.79 billion in trade with the United States in the last four months. In its latest data, the bureau stated that the total U.S. export to Nigeria was $3.18 billion, while imports from Nigeria stood at $4.61 billion.
It also revealed that in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, Nigeria's passenger vehicle imports rose by 8.08 percent to $220.51 million compared to last year.
According to the data, United States imports from Nigeria fell 47.14 percent through the first four months of the year as exports to Nigeria decreased by 4.35 percent.
The U.S. bureau said that in January 2020, the United States exported $186.9 million worth of goods to Nigeria, while $177 million goods received by Lagos ports and other seaports, respectively…
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