The United States (U.S.) companies operating in Nigeria are said to have generated about $3.9 billion (N1.4 trillion) in 2018. The companies during the same period also contributed about $1.19 billion through foreign direct investment (FDI) inflow and created over 18,000 direct jobs and over three million indirect jobs.
At the launch of the 2019 Nigeria Economic Impact Survey, which analyses the economic effect of U.S. companies, President, American Business Council (ABC), Dipo Faulkner, said the report highlights the companies’ impact on the Nigerian economy in 2018, through gross value added to the output, investment, jobs, and communities…
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