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Nigerian Economic Recession and Entrepreneurial Revolution

A RECESSION is when the economy declines significantly for at least six months. That means
there’s a drop in the following five economic indicators: real GDP, Income, Employment, Manufacturing, and retail sales. People often say a recession is when the GDP growth rate is negative for two consecutive quarters or more.

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We need value addition in agric, other commodities to move economy forward—NESG Chairman

The Chairman of Nigerian Economic Summit Group, NESG, Mr. Kyari A. Bukar, who is also the Managing Director of Central Securities Clearing System, CSCS Plc in an interview with Vanguard spoke on a lot of issues affecting the economy, the upcoming 22nd NES as well as the activities of the Group and its contributions towards building a virile Nigerian economy.

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