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THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA ECONOMY

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INTRODUCTION
1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM AND PURPOSE OF THE STUDY 
Investment generally speaking is a function of saving. Without saving there can be no investment. Saving on the other hands is a function of income. This is because excess of income over expenditure lead to saving.
In Nigeria however, the average income level is very low. In view of this, investment level is very low compared to the level necessary to make the economy grow.
This therefore gives rise to a need for foreign investment to fill up the gap. When this is done, the economy can them grow at a reasonable rate.
Unfortunately, the level of foreign investment in the economy is also very low. View of this situation the economy appears to be stagnant. Foreigner has not been motivated to a reasonable level to make them invest in the economy. One of the problems which appear to be scaring foreigners away is the level of corruption in the country.
Purpose of the study 
The purpose of the study therefore is to identify factor that has been hindering foreign investment in the economy. These factor if identified and removed will create a conducive atmosphere to attract foreign investment in the economy.


TABLE OF CONTENT 

Title page
Approval page
Dedication
Acknowledgment 
Table of content 

CHAPTER ONE 
Introduction 
1.1 Statement of the problem and purpose of the study 
1.2 Rationale of the study  
1.3 Significance of the study 
1.4 Background of the study 
1.5 Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO
Literature review 
2.1 Definition of foreign investment
2.2 The role of foreign investment in economic development 
2.3 The effect of decrees an policy measures of foreign investment to the country 
2.4 Factors affecting foreign investment inflow into Nigeria 
2.5 Inflow of foreign investment into Nigeria 1970 to 1992

CHAPTER THREE
3.1 Research design and methodology 
3.2 Sources of data
3.3 Limitation of the study 
3.4 Location of data 

CHAPTER FOUR
4.1 Data presentation 
4.2 Data analysis 
4.3 Discussion of the result

CHAPTER FIVE
Summary, conclusion and recommendation 
5.1 Summary
5.2 Conclusion 
5.3 Recommendation 

Bibliography 




THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA ECONOMY

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    Project ID BFN1494
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 36 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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