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Indigenisation of industry and progress of the Second Nigerian National Development Plan

Rimlinger, Gaston V.

Indigenisation of industry and progress of the Second Nigerian National Development Plan

by Rimlinger, Gaston V.

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Published by William Marsh Rice University in Houston, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Nigeria -- Economic conditions -- 1970-

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Gaston V. Rimlinger.
      SeriesWilliam Marsh Rice University. Program of Development Studies, paper no. 27, Paper (Rice University. Program for Development Studies) ;, no. 27.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD82 .W535 no. 27, HC517.N48 .W535 no. 27
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16 p.
      Number of Pages16
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5083127M
      LC Control Number74154205

        “In embarking on indigenization, the Government has been influenced by the need to place control of the Nigerian economy squarely in the hands of Nigerians and to ensure that Nigerians are the Author: John Darnton.   The plan, which is a medium term plan for to , builds on the Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) which was developed for the budget. The objectives of the plan are to restore economic growth, build a globally competitive economy and invest in Nigerians by driving social inclusion, job creation, youth empowerment and improved.

      The second is that of aimed at providing incentives for industrial development in Nigeria (Asiodu, , p. ). 4 Nigerian Industrial Policies from to integrated industrial development policies in the National Development Plan (NDP). Under. Structure of the Nigerian economy. F. Akin Olaloku Economic monetary policy National Development Plan Nigeria's imports Nigerian economy Nigerian Journal Nigerian pound output period petroleum population Port Harcourt private sector problems public sector ratio regional relatively Republic of Nigeria role rural Second National Development.

      The Nigerian Enterprises Promotion decree (NEPD), or Nigerian Indigenisation Policy () often regarded as a bench-mark industrial policy came in the wake of the desire to make Nigerians own and control the industrial enterprises in the country. While Nigeria has made some progress in socio-economic terms in recent years, its human capital development remains weak due to under-investment and the country ranked of countries in the World Bank’s Human Capital Index. Furthermore, the country continues to face massive developmental challenges, which include the need to reduce.


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Indigenisation of industry and progress of the Second Nigerian National Development Plan by Rimlinger, Gaston V. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Economy, Nigeria has deemed it necessary to indigenise the national economy. To this extent, the country is going through the same economic and political development processes which the developed countries had earlier passed through.

The indigenisation policy evolved from Nigeria's second National Development Plan,   FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND RECONSTRUCTION.

Nigeria Second National Development Plan – First Progress Report. Lagos: Federal Ministry of Economic Development and Reconstructions, Google ScholarAuthor: A. Yakubu. Get print book. No eBook available.

AbeBooks; Second National Development Plan Programme of Post-war Reconstruction and Development. Nigeria (Federal Republic). Federal ministry of information. The Ministry, - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. Although the Second National Development Plan also attached importance on agriculture, industry and the development of high level and intermediate level manpower,File Size: 38KB.

The thesis is a comprehensive examination of the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decrees of andand more broadly of the process of indigenisation in Nigeria. A brief introduction to the historical background of indigenisation before is followed by an account of the timing of the Decrees in the context of the oil boom in the country's economy.

Second National Development Plan (), the Third National Development Plan () and the Fourth National Development Plan (). The first plan covered the period and provided for capital expenditure of billion Naira. The implementation of the plan was extended to Author: A Onwuemele. Nigeria: The Nigerian Book Industry, Government Policies and National Development (II) process of any national strategic plan and policy framework and have advocated the utilization of.

Collapse of the first Republic and the commencement of civil war also disrupted the plan. After the civil war inthe second national development plan to was launched, the plan priorities were in agriculture, industry, transport, manpower, defence, electricity, communication and water supply and provision of social services.

Indigenisation decree was a mistake. Then one participated in the second national development plan. Again that was the vogue to galvanise our collective energies to development plan and. Nigeria - National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy and joint IDA-IMF staff advisory note (English) Abstract.

The National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) focuses on Nigeria's commitment to sustainable growth, and poverty reduction. Abstract. The thesis is a comprehensive examination of the Nigerian\ud Enterprises Promotion Decrees of andand more broadly\ud of the process of indigenisation in Nigeria.\ud A brief introduction to the historical background of indigenisation\ud before is followed by an account of the timing of the Decrees\ud in the context of the oil boom in the country's : Ismaila Mohammed.

Get print book. No eBook available highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Go to Google Play Now» Second National Development Plan, Programme of Post-war Reconstruction and Development. Programme of Post-war Reconstruction and Development: Author: Nigeria.

Federal Ministry of Information: Publisher. National Development Plan of Nigeria. Nigeria has had a relatively long experience in development planning beginning with the Colonial Development Plan (). Medium-term development plans and national rolling plans were also developed and implemented with mixed results.

Nigeria’s first attempt at comprehensive and integrated planning took the form of the First National Development Plan (–8). The plan included an aggregate growth rate target of 4 per cent per annum, an increase in the rate of investment from 11 per cent to 15 per cent of GDP and an increase in the ‘directly productive component’ of.

Nigeria's indigenisation policy proceedings of the November, symposium organized by the Nigerian Economic Society on the subject "Indigenisation: what have we achieved?" Published by The Society in Ibadan, Nigeria.

Written in EnglishPages: Indigenization and Economic Development: The Nigerian Experience. Jai Press, pp. In this account of Nigeria's indigenization program, Nigeria's evolution into a one-product export economy-accompanied by a decline in agriculture and little industrial growth-happened at the same time that Nigerians assumed ownership in basic economic sectors.

Meaning of Indigenisation. Indigenization can be defined as the transfer of ownership and control of business enterprises from foreigners to the indigenes. It is a policy designed to ensure greater participation of indigenes in the ownership, control and management of business enterprise.

Development Planning in Nigeria: Reflections on the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) Article (PDF Available) May w Reads How we Author: Okechukwu Ikeanyibe.

National Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Charter. PART V LEVIES Imposition of levies. Failure to pay, collect or remit levies. PART VI GENERAL AND TRANSITIONAL Minister may request information Appeals. Regulations. Transfer of assets, obligations, etc.

of National Investment Trust to Size: KB. The banking industry is considered by the government as a strategic industry. In order to gain control over this strategic industry, the government hopes to increase participation of indigenous people in the banking sector through the indigenisation laws.

It is hoped that this in turn would improve access to credit for indigenousFile Size: KB. The first national development plan was forthe second was There was a two-year break due to the civil war. The third NDP was and the fourth was The Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5) is the 5th NDP in the series of a total of seven (7) National Developmnet Plans that are to implement and achieve the objectives and aspirations of Namibia's long term vision (Vision ).

In sequence, NDP5 will be the third five year implementation vehicle towards VISION NDP5 will be.The objective of fostering the development of the Nigerian capital market has been achieved to some extent since many industries and firms had quoted their shares on the Nigerian stock exchange.

d. The objectives of transferring ownership and control of enterprises to Nigerians has been largely achieved since major enterprises concerned have complied with the indigenization requirement.