As economic and financial decision makers brace up for the economic and financial shifts that are certain to follow the political regime change, Economic Associates (EA) will host a one-day conference on Nigeria's Economic Outlook.
The oil price shocks in the months before the elections had beneficially elevated the place of economic and fiscal reforms in pre-election conversation. A robust consensus for reforms has fortuitously been built among the populace that it makes sense to expect a high pace of reforms after the inauguration of the new government.
The conference will provide participants with the opportunity to track current realities and outlook of global economic and financial impulses, trace their implications for the outlook of major domestic impact-points like prices, financial assets, fiscal situation and real growth, consider the likely impact of the new regime on these, and discuss decision implications with peers.
After weighing the probable risks and opportunities from global and domestic economic and financial outlook, the conference will assess the relative sizes of new opportunities that will be reasonable to expect across the 46 production sectors, the 36 States, and the six Regions.