Exporting to Nigeria

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Exporting to Nigeria

The main exports from Nigeria are oil and natural gas. Destinations of Nigeria are India (around $12B), Spain (under $7B) Brazil (under $10B), United States (around $10B) and the Netherlands (around $5B). The main exports of Nigeria are crude petroleum (around $75B), petroleum gas (around $10B), refined petroleum (around $3B), cocoa beans (around $560M) and special purpose ships (around $460M).

Nigeria Country Profile

Official Name (Local Language) Konungariket Sverige
Capital Stockholm
Population 9,880,604
Currency Swedish Krona
GDP $511.4 billion
Languages Swedish
Telephone Dial In 46

Nigeria Imports Profile

Imports ($m USD)

31,27

Number of Import Products

4,01

Number of Import Partners

199

Top 5 import partners

Country

Trade

% Partner Share

China

5,848

18.70

Belgium

4,023

12.86

Netherlands

2,876

9.20

United States

2,494

7.98

India

1,529

4.89

Top 5 Import Products at HS 6 digit level

Export Product

Number

Petroleum oils, etc, (excl. crude); preparation

27.4%

Durum wheat

4.3%

Granite, merely cut into a square or rectangula

2.3%

Raw cane sugar, in solid form

1.9%

Automobiles with diesel engine displacing more

1.9%

Chart Showing GDP Growth Compared to rest of world

GDP Composition for Nigeria

Agriculture

%

Product List

1.7%

Barley, wheat, sugar beets; meat, milk

Industry

%

Industry List

34.2%

Iron and steel, precision equipment (bearings, radio and telephone parts, armaments), wood pulp and paper products, processed foods, motor vehicles

Services

%

Services List

0,64%

Exporting to Nigeria: What is trade finance?

The main exports from Nigeria are oil and natural gas. Destinations of Nigeria are India (around $12B), Spain (under $7B) Brazil (under $10B), United States (around $10B) and the Netherlands (around $5B). The main exports of Nigeria are crude petroleum (around $75B), petroleum gas (around $10B), refined petroleum (around $3B), cocoa beans (around $560M) and special purpose ships (around $460M).

Nigeria sits on the borders Cameroon, Niger, Benin and Chad by land and Sao Tome, Ghana, Equitorial Guinea and Principe by sea. The country exports over 2.2 million barrels of oil a day and ranks eighth in the world, with agricultural production being the second largest export and employing over 70% of the workforce. On average, Nigeria has around 35 billion barrels of oil reserves. The total exports from the country sit at around US$45 billion with major items of export being oil products and timber. The US and UK are the main trading partners for Nigerian exports. The trade balance changes with the fluctuating oil price and Nigeria’s import trade is able to balance export revenue. The country’s imports grosses around US$42 billion. The main imports are heavy equipment, machinery, consumer goods and food products. Many imports come from the EU, mainly the UK, Netherlands, Germany and France. South Korea, China and the US are major import trade partners. There are many companies that operate in Nigeria, which include Unilever, Diageo, Shell, Virgin Atlantic, British Gas and Cadbury.

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    Nigeria Economic Statistics

    Government Website

    https://www.regeringen.se/

    Sovereign Ratings

    https://countryeconomy. com/ratings/sweden

    Central Bank

    Sveriges Riksbank

    Currency USD Exchange Rate

    8569

    Unemployment Rate

    6.9%

    Population below poverty line

    0,15

    Inflation Rate

    0,01

    Prime Lending Rate

    -0.5%

    GDP

    $511.4 billion

    GDP Pro Capita (PPP)

    $49,700

    Currency Name

    Swedish Krona

    Currency Code

    SEK

    World Bank Classification

    High Income

    Competitive Industrial Performance

    6/138

    Corruption Perceptions Index

    6/180

    Ease of Doing Business

    12/190

    Enabling Trade Index

    5/136

    Currency in Nigeria

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