2 edition of Structural adjustment programme and agro chemical product marketing in south/west Nigeria found in the catalog.
Structural adjustment programme and agro chemical product marketing in south/west Nigeria
S. O. Akande
by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research in Ibadan
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-54).
|Series||NISER monograph series ;, no. 4 (1989), N.I.S.E.R. monograph series ;, 1989, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 93/03919 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||90216761|
Industrial development and growth in Nigeria: Lessons and challenges is accounted for by the primary sector with agriculture The structural adjustment programme (SAP) was adopted in COMPREHENSIVE AGRICULTURAL POLICY FRAMEWORK () AMA Agricultural Marketing Authority ESAP Economic Structural Adjustment Programme FAO Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations GDP Gross Domestic Product GoZ Government of Zimbabwe GMB Grain Marketing Board File Size: KB.
free Nigeria through an agricultural sector that drives income growth, accelerates achievement of food and nutritional security, generates employment and transforms Nigeria into a leading player in global food markets to grow wealth for millions of farmers”. Key to the Program is treating agriculture not as a development project, but as business. IMPACT OF THE STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT PROGRAMME (SAP) ON NIGERIA'S ECONOMY, S.A Obansa, Department of Economics, University of Abuja, Nigeria INTRODUCTION With her vast mineral endowment, particularly petroleum resources at independence in , many people believed Nigeria would attain a rapid economic development, and national transformation within the shortest possible .
Nigeria's total petroleum refining capacity is , barrels (70, m 3) per day, however, only , barrels (38, m 3) per day was allotted during the uently, crude oil production for refineries was reduced further to as little as 75, barrels (11, m 3) per day during the regime of Sanni are four major oil refineries: the Warri Refinery and Petrochemical. Challenges and Prospects of Agriculture in Nigeria: The Way ). During this period, agricultural products dominated Nigeria’s non-oil export trade accounting for nearly 70 percent of the value of non-oil exports. Agricultural export commodities such as cocoa, rubber, cotton, palm introduction of Structural Adjustment Programme (Oni Cited by: 9.
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Nigeria, like other countries faced with balance of payment difficulties and fall in commodity prices, started implementing a World Bank-sponsored structural adjustment program (SAP) as a strategy. Doc Name Nigeria - Structural adjustment program: policies, implementation, and impact Keywords foreign exchange;Exchange Rates;oil revenue;world oil price;Public and Publicly Guaranteed;balance of payment;monetary policy;per capita income;import license;efficiency.
STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT PROGRAMME IN NIGERIA: CAUSES, PROCESSES AND OUTCOMES. INTRODUCTION. Nigeria, with a population of about million, is Africa’s most populous country and the continent’s third largest economy.
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This paper is a study of the effect of the Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) on marketing practices of manufacturing industry in Nigeria. Data for the study were collected through a questionnaire and depth interview of chief executives or senior managers.
The data were analysed on a “before” and “after” basis using a Wilcoxon Signed‐Rank Test. The major findings of the study were Author: Olukunle Iyanda. some form of structural adjustment in the internal structure of the economy of the borrowing countries. Thus, one of the obvious outcomes of developing nations‟ response to economic crisis is the mandatory adoption of structural policies manifesting either in the form of stabilization or structural adjustment, or Size: KB.
structural adjustment prograrn (SAP) was introduced on July 1,in an effort to rejuvenate the battered economy by reducing dependence on oil and placing greater emphasis on the nonsil and traded goods sector of agriculture.
current reform programme is not the first in Nigeria. However, a major reform package that may be recalled was the structural adjustment programme. Following the collapse of the oil market in the early 80s which saw Nigeria’s per capita income plummet from about $1, to about $ and the.
Niger and Chad, in the south by Atlantic Ocean, in the east and west by Republics of Cameroon and Benin respectively. The spatial extent of the country bestows on her various climatic regimes and physiographical units representing a wide variety of ecological zones. Nigeria is divided into seven agro-ecological zones.
The Structural Adjustment Programme period –, especially trade liberalization, enhanced export prices partly due to the devaluation of the Nigerian currency. This led to higher levels of output of many crops primarily destined for the export market.
However, this business idea is aimed at setting in reputable Agro-Chemical enterprise to address the challenges farmers do have result of the scarcity of this product in the state in the scarcity of this Agro-Chemical products has lead farmers to the purchasing of adulterated products from food side outlets which intum cause high economic lost to the farmers.
A key element of all structural adjustment programmes has been the reform or liberalisation of markets, including agricultural and food markets. The World Bank first applied the term structural adjustment to describe its programme of policy-based lending which began in the early s.
(The usual business of the World Bank is project-based. Purpose: The study was an examination of the impact of structural adjustment programs on agricultural growth in Kenya.
Methodology: The study examined the short run and long run determinants of agricultural sector performance in Kenya. To achieve this, the study use time series regression modeling for data spanning from to Tests of normality, unit roots test and cointergration Author: Pauline Mbithe, Germano Mwabu, Maurice Awiti.
The structure of the Nigerian economy is typical of an underdeveloped country. Between andthe primary sector, in particular the oil and gas sector, dominated GDP, accounting for over 95 per cent of export earnings and about 85 per cent of government revenue.
The industrial sector accounts for 6 per cent of economic activity, while inthe manufacturing sector contributed only. iv Case study on the Nigerian oil palm industry RefeRences 43 TAbLEs table 1.
share of agriCulture in gdP (imPorts and exPorts), — 2 table 2. Changes in the exChange rate (ngn/us$) 3 table 3. maCroeConomiC indiCators for nigeria and afriCa (—) 4 table 4. mandate and funCtions of nifor 10 table 5. PerformanCe of nifor Planting materials released to farmer.
Agricultural input subsidies in Sub-Saharan Africa. Evaluation Study AISP Agricultural Input Support Programme, Malawi AU African Union the subsidy programmes were dismantled and input markets liberalised as a part of the structural adjustment process in the ’s and ’s, input use and agricultural productivity declined File Size: KB.
Agricultural Marketing and Supply Chain Management in Tanzania: A Selling agricultural products is the main source of cash income for most rural households.
Even though the heavy dependence on agriculture is seen as a structural adjustment programme since the ’s. In response to fiscal pressure imposed by theFile Size: KB. COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR IN NIGERIA.
Professor Ade S. Olomola competition over the last two decades especially since the introduction of the Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) inwere quite visible in the sector.
Plc which is a multinational company that has been in the brewing business in Nigeria since. Strategic Marketing: A Panacea for Success of Nigerian oil and Gas Industry By Akinyele, S.T. Covenant University,Ota-Nigeria.
Abstract- The purpose of this paper is to investigate strategic marketing as a panacea for success of the Nigerian oil and gas industry. The specific objective of the study include determining how inter-industryFile Size: 7MB. An overview of Nigeria Agriculture 7 Historical Overview (s s) 7 SAP Structural Adjustment Programme UN United Nations UNDP United Nation Development Program as part of expanding its development-oriented activities in Nigeria and the West Africa sub-region, is embarking on a socio-economic development projects in File Size: KB.
structural rigidities. The study investigated the constraints to agricultural development in Nigeria using time series data spanning the period – and contemporary econometric methods of unit root test, co-integration and error-correction mechanism.
Empirical findingsFile Size: KB. Opinion - About N billion per year is spent on imported beer and stout per annum despite the fact that Nigeria's installed capacity is far in excess of the aggregate needs of Nigerians.
And.As one of the most prominent industries in Nigeria, this sector deals with all sorts of things that concern coal, petroleum, gas and oil. This means that the companies deal with extraction, refinement, distribution and marketing of the oil and gas products and by-products.The Structural Adjustment Programme, SAP, embarked upon by most African countries in the s, including Nigeria, has been blamed by an official of the United Nations Conference on Trade and.