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Periodical article Periodical article Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue WorldCat catalogue WorldCat
Title:Indigenisation Policy and the Development of Private Enterprise in Nigeria
Author:Ndongko, Wilfred A.
Year:1980
Periodical:Afrika Spectrum
Volume:15
Issue:1
Pages:53-71
Language:English
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:private enterprises
business
Africanization
Development and Technology
Economics and Trade
Ethnic and Race Relations
Politics and Government
Abstract:A brief review of recent contributions on the nature and implications of indigenisation policy in Negeria reveals that no attempt has been made to examine the real and potential impact of the policy on the development of private enterprise in the country. The present study attempts to do this examining in particular enterprises grouped under Schedule 1 of the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decrees. This covers enterprises in which Nigerians are expected to own 100% of the proprietory interests. Enterprises in Schedule 2 in which Nigerians must have majority interest of 60% equity participation, and those in Schedule 3 in which Nigerians must have 40% ownership, are also examined. Bibliogr., notes, tab., sum. in French and German.
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