Improving the business regulatory environment across Nigeria will be key for the country’s economic growth. Nigeria’s heavy dependence on oil poses structural challenges that have made it difficult to achieve sustained growth, create jobs and reduce poverty. Over the past four years, the business regulatory reform agenda has taken on an inclusive approach with the involvement of the federal and state governments in the design and implementation of reform initiatives.
Four homegrown indicators were developed for this assessment namely: Infrastructure
and Security, Transparency and Accessibility to Information, Regulatory Environment
and Skills and Labour.
For detailed information about the ease of doing business and other improvements aimed at achieving environmental friendly business, kindly read the attached documents and visit Business Made Easy for additional information.
Potential Investors wanting to do business in Nigeria or with Nigerians should clarify from the embassy about the veracity of such deals in order to prevent further occurrences of the incidence of fraud.