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Nigeria’s Foreign Capital Inflow Drops To $9.68bn, Lowest In Four Years by MujaheedAma(m): 5:16am On Feb 06
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Foreign capital flow into Nigeria slumps by more than half in 2020 to $9.68bn, its lowest level in four years, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.

The NBS, in its capital importation report for the fourth quarter and full-year 2020, said the total value of capital importation into the country fell by 59.65 per cent or $14.3bn last year from $23.99bn in 2019.

Foreign capital flow into the country stood at $16.81bn in 2018, $12.23bn in 2017 and $5.12bn in 2016, the NBS data showed.
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