Nigeria’s Reluctance to Sign the AfCFTA is at its Own Peril

Nigeria has yet to sign the deal, citing flimsy reasons that are neither justified by sound economic theory nor by trade realities.

Nigeria’s Reluctance to Sign the AfCFTA is at its Own Peril
Figure 1: Manufacturing value added in selected African Countries 2017 (%GDP)
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