Government Trade Policies and Foreign Direct Investment
von Opusunju, M. I.
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Government trade policies (tax policy, balance of payment and trade openness) affect foreign direct investment in developing countries especially Africa, irrespective of their level of development, geographical location or industrial structure. Yet, it is uncertain whether government trade policies affect foreign direct investment in oil and gas in Nigeria or foreign direct investment in oil and gas affect government trade policies in Nigeria. The study examined the effect of government trade policies on foreign direct investment on the oil and gas sector in Nigeria. The study used ex-post facto research design and the population is made up of 5 oil and gas foreign investors in Nigeria. The sample size is the 5 oil and gas foreign investors. The study relied on reports from Central Bank of Nigeria for secondary data. The study employed various procedures in analysing the data such as correlation matrix, unit root test, co-integration and vector error correction model. The study revealed that there is a long run relationship between government trade policies and foreign direct investment (FDI) in oil and gas in Nigeria.
Opusunju, M. I.
Aruwa, S. A. S.
Tende, S. B.
Opusuju Micheal Isaac is a PhD holder in Business Administration who worked with Nile University of Nigeria. He published over 65 articles and about 20 local and international journals in the filed of management.
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