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Nigeria on track to meet IMF growth target

  • Nigeria seeks US$10bn financing for its energy transition plan ahead of COP27 Egypt. Secures US$1.5bn WB commitment

  • Nigeria’s economy grew faster than expected in Q2 – 3.5%. It is on track to meet the IMF’s 2022 projection

  • Cote d’Ivoire’s better-than-expected cocoa harvest drove prices lower, but weak supply outlook means high future prices

Nigeria on track to meet IMF growth target
Janet Ogabi
Janet Ogabi

Senior Research Analyst

Ayobami Omole
Ayobami Omole

Research Analyst

Tellimer Research
1 September 2022
Published byTellimer Research


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