The Federal Republic of Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa with a GDP totalling nearly $450 billion. It is a lower-middle income economy of which nearly 90% of exports are oil and gas. Nigeria was selected as a case study because of the significance of its economy in Africa, and its large reliance on revenue from natural resources.

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The Macroeconomic Impact of COVID-19 on Africa

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