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Financial Sector Assessment Program

Projected % Change
   2014  2015
Real GDP 7.1 7
Consumer Prices 7.3 7.0
Source: World Economic Outlook (April 2014)
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Nigeria: Financial Position in the Fund

Transactions with the Fund


Africa Training Institute

IMF Resident Representative
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Nigeria and the IMF
Updated April 22, 2014

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Issues Briefs
April 11, 2007 -- Issues Brief - Technical Assistance: Building Capacity as the Foundation for Growth
In line with the International Monetary Fund's mission of promoting strong economic growth and encouraging crisis prevention in its member countries, the IMF provides capacity-building assistance to help countries strengthen governance, build economic institutions, train staff, and design effective economic policies. Central to this work is the IMF's extensive program of technical assistance.
July 24, 2003 -- Africa: Recent Economic Developments and IMF Activities -- An IMF Issues Brief
This Issues Brief was written for the IMF Managing Director's Sixth Trip to Africa, July 6-11, 2003.
December 01, 2000 -- Policies for Faster Growth and Poverty Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Role of the IMF -- An IMF Issues Brief
After two decades of economic stagnation and little progress in poverty reduction, the seeds of an economic renaissance in sub-Saharan Africa, with faster growth and less poverty, have been sown in recent years. This Issues Brief, after reviewing recent economic developments, outlines the key policy issues that countries in the region will need to address and the contribution that the international community, including the IMF, will need to make to build on recent gains and establish a virtuous cycle of sustained high-quality growth.