Saudi Arabia’s privatisation reforms hold lessons for Nigeria’s FDI pursuit

For about three decades Nigeria was among the top three recipients of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Africa, thanks to oil endowment. But the story changed in 2018 when foreign direct investment inflows dipped to a record low of $2.2 billion, and the country lost its status as a choice market for patient money. Africa’s…

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