An investigation into exportation of “made in Nigeria” goods as a tool for the development of Nigeria economy is an interesting topic.
The population for this study consists of all the workers of the Nigeria export promotion council information was gathered using questionnaires from thirsty-one employees of which only twenty of them were returned.
Findings showed that exportation of made in Nigeria have much role to play in the development of the Nigeria economy. It also shows that in order to achieve this purpose incentives should be provided for producer of exportable goods, stiff prohibitive measure restricting export of goods should not be adopted and also to manufacture exportable goods to meet international make goods enhances the standard of living of Nigeria. The so much needed foreign exchange depends on exportation of goods made in Nigeria goods enhance the standard of living of Nigeria they include prohibitive tariffs, lack of export market.
The Nigeria export is dominated by a particular product serving as a major foreign exchanges and revenue earner, the federal government has may roles to play in strengthening the export sector of the Nigeria economy.
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The issue of exportation of good in Nigeria dates back to the beginning of this country.
Its importance cannot be over emphasized because it contributed immensely, to the development of the Nigeria economy.
After the Amalgamation of the two protectorates that formed Nigeria in 1914, exportation of goods because an economy element but mainly agricultural materials which were semi-finished. After independence, expectation because the main stay of the Nigeria economy. If stood the only sources of foreign, exchange to a very great extent that if because a development stimuli of the economy exportation is the act of making available goods produce in one nation to another nations. It is an international trade variable. It is an international trade variable. It is difficult to write a detailed descriptions of export, its importance and implications because writers have not been interested in this field.