New research by Standard Chartered Bank has projected that Nigeria’s export trade would hit $112 billion in 2030 and would be recording a Year-on-Year (YoY) increase of 9.7 per cent, while India, Indonesia, and Mainland China would be the major opportunity corridors that would spike Nigeria’s participation in global trade.
The research, which is titled, “Future of Trade 2030: Trends and Markets to Watch,” also projected that the global exports trade would grow from $17.4 trillion to $29.7trillion between 2021 and 2030 and would be driven largely by 13 markets. These markets, which were listed in alphabetical order, are Bangladesh, Hong Kong, India, Kenya, Mainland China, and Malaysia. Others are Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, United Arab Emirate (UAE), and Vietnam…
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