Despite efforts for Nigeria to become an industrialised economy with high sustainable growth rates since October 1960 when it got its independence, stakeholders in the real sector believe that the level of industrialisation remains poor.
Records have it that the country’s non-oil sector accounts for 9.1 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP). According to the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), the sector still contributes a meagre 9 per cent to the nation’s GDP, which has been blamed on the challenges faced over the years…
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