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Nigeria-Ghana Trade Relations: Politics, Problems and Possibilities

@article{Ademola2016NigeriaGhanaTR,
  title={Nigeria-Ghana Trade Relations: Politics, Problems and Possibilities},
  author={A. Ademola},
  journal={Developing Country Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={94-102}
}
  • A. Ademola
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • Developing Country Studies
  • Although rated as the two biggest economies in West Africa, the relationship between Nigeria and Ghana has been topsy-turvy over the years. Their historical, political and social similarities notwithstanding, the two countries are usually cynical of each other’s policies especially on trade matters.  This paper assessed the unique and complex trade relations and politics that exist between the two powerhouses in the sub-region and the implications for regional integration in West Africa. The… CONTINUE READING
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