Nigeria 2011 : an assessment of the investment climate in 26 states

@inproceedings{Iarossi2011Nigeria2,
  title={Nigeria 2011 : an assessment of the investment climate in 26 states},
  author={Giuseppe Iarossi and George R. G. Clarke},
  year={2011}
}
This investment climate analysis reviews the experiences of over 3000 surveyed business owners in 26 states of Nigeria about the aspects of the business climate that affect their businesses. It complements a similar study in 2007 that covered 11 other Nigerian states. The survey asks business owners about both their perceptions and the actual costs of selected constraints. The analysis benchmarks Nigeria against comparator countries, and provides detailed data for each state. Nigerian firms… 

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