Last Updated on February 2, 2017 by Ope Quadri
This research, “Evaluating Investment Risk in Borno State, Northeast, Nigeria” was undertaken by the writer of this post.
Any foreign investor who wants to have a long-term investment in a foreign country places a portion of his priorities on two major success determining factors:
- Country risk
- Market potentials
Evaluating Investment Risk in Borno State, North East, Nigeria is 35-page investment research work carried out on Borno State for a period of 5-day with on-the-spot interviews with officials of non-governmental organisations, security officials, and the locals.
What is Foreign Direct Investment?
FDI for short “is the direct investment refers to direct investment equity flows in the reporting economy.
It is the sum of equity capital, reinvestment of earnings, and other capital. Direct investment is a category of cross-border investment associated with a resident in one economy having control or a significant degree of influence on the management of an enterprise that is resident in another economy.
Ownership of 10 percent or more of the ordinary shares of voting stock is the criterion for determining the existence of a direct investment relationship,” says indexmundi.com
Significance of this report
This report examines the foreign investing determining factors and how each can be analyzed in relation to Borno State, which is undergoing security restructuring after the deadly activities of a terrorist group, Boko Haram; and Nigeria’s climate to foreign investment.
We must understand that any investing policy put in place by any state government in Nigeria is:
- Aimed at complementing the economic efforts of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to turning its economy around for the betterment of its own people,
- To achieving the goals of the government’s efforts at joining the “league” of developed economy of the world.
Evaluating investment risk in Borno State which is written in six languages (Chinese, Arabic, English, Portuguese, French, and Dutch), was sponsored by a group of Chinese potential investors in Nigeria.
Apart investment policies of Nigeria government that aim to motivate foreign investors into the country, this report Evaluating Foreign Investment Risk in Borno State, Northeast, Nigeria, specifically focuses on:
- Is Borno State safe for investment now?
- Security analysis of 27 LGAs in Borno State in relation to foreign investment
- Security rating (%) of other local government areas
- Risk avoidance and risk reduction
- Investment Projects
- Investment opportunities in Borno State
- Relevance of government’s ministry, departments and agencies in pre and post investment
- Project market analysis
- Why You Should invest in Borno State, Nigeria
This report will ONLY be made available for core Investors and other investment researchers from across the World.