Economic and Financial Review


Central Bank of Nigeria, Research Department


Lome Convention, Agricultural export, Trade, Agriculture, Nigeria


This paper investigates the extent to which Lome Convention has affected the scope and pattern of agricultural export trade in Nigeria, a major member of the ACP group. The paper is divided into four parts. In part 1, a brief background to the evolution and main provisions of the Lome Conventions are discussed; Part II examines the methodology adopted in the papers, while part III reviews the data used and the results of our analysis. Finally, part IV summarises the main findings and conclusions of the study.





Recommended Citation

Inang, E. E. (1985). Effects of Lome convention on Nigeria’s agricultural export trade. Economic and Financial Review 23(2), 22-34.



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