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Read the new Doing Business Guide for Nigeria

17 August 2017  
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Nigeria doing business guide

We are delighted to announce that we have today released another new Doing Business Guide, this time for the Nigerian market.

With similar business and legal practices to the UK, and English the main language spoken in the country, Nigeria represents a massive and fascinating market for the UK’s exporters.

As ever with the Doing Business Guides, this publication provides a wealth of information, market stats, sector overviews and tips and advice for exporters considering entering the Nigerian market. The team have worked alongside the bilateral chambers and the Department for International Trade to draw upon vast amounts of expertise and experience of selling into Nigeria.

Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy with a population of over 180 million and has particular strength in the oil industry. Ties between Nigeria and the UK are deep-rooted but it is a relationship that is constantly evolving and modernising too.

The UK-Nigeria commercial relationship is currently worth £6.1 billion per year – making Nigeria the 2nd largest African market for UK goods.

For more information about the guide, and to download or order a copy, please go to: http://www.export.org.uk/?page=NigeriaGuide

To see the full range of Doing Business Guides, go here: http://www.export.org.uk/page/DoingBusinessGuides