THE EFFECT OF TRADE LIBERALIZATION ON INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT IN NIGERIA.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page i
Table of content v
1.0 Introduction 1
1.1 Background of the study 1
1.2 Purpose of the study 1 – 2
1.3 Statement of problem 2 – 4
1.4 Objectives of the study 4
1.5 Delimitation and Limitation of the study 4
2.0 Introduction 5
2.1 Literature Review 5
2.2 Impacts of trade liberalization industrial output in Nigeria 5
2.3 Area of business controlled by the government 5 – 10
2.4 Economic significance of trade 10 – 11
3.0 Research methodology 12
3.1 Research design 12
3.2 Population size 13
3.3 Sample size 14
3.4 Method of data collection 14
4.0 Data presentation and analysis 15
4.1 Method of data analysis 15 – 18
4.2 Testing of hypothesis 18 – 19
4.3 Summary of finding 19 – 20
5.0 Summary, conclusion and recommendation 21
5.1 Summary 21
5.2 Conclusion 22
5.3 Recommendation 22
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The key features of the world economy since the 1980’s are the world trade. This has introduced serious competition threads in the domestics and export market of developing countries.
Industries output are the goods produced by industries for the consumption of individual’s organizations government and the entire population. Output of any country can be an input another country therefore; the finished product of any industry depends on the level of that country’s technology advancement.
The trade liberalization in the industrial output means to facilitate and aids the production of goods by eliminating / minimizing restrictive control on such either r political or morally.
Industries need to be free political pressures and conducted solely in the live of product finance, due to the difference of the existing trade regime. Industrial export remain insufflating in Nigeria and the country has consisting been unable to take advantage of the opportunities afford by such schemes as the ECOWAS trade liberalized programme.
West Africa Milk Company plc, was incorporated on the 17th April 1977 as a private company to manufacture, process and distribute various milk products in Nigeria.
In 1978 the company became a public company under the second schedule of 1978 decree in compliance with the Nigeria enterprise promotion decree of the said year from that moment, the Nigeria share holding was in creased to 60% out of the 40% balance 36.67% was held.
However the WAMCO office has also improved environment (i.e thus well and glitter ring window).
I also observed that the staff of the Nigeria chinning services limited were recently contracted for round the clock chewing of WAMCO office and they have made a difference by hinging the professional touch to chewing the conductive visitor might even enquire for food production.
A very imagination visitor might even enquire at these observations that WEMCO is truly a company for the future.
The problems clearly he much close to home and probably include and in appropriate trade regime.