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2006). 12 above, the sequence of activities associated with import–export clearance for non-EPZ firms is complex. Some 71 signatures on 13 different documents are required for imports into Nigeria. Clearing and forwarding agents note that importers typically avoid the principal import document (Form 36 Kwakwa et al. M) and its financial obligations by dealing with port-based syndicates. For a fee of 1000–4500 naira these syndicates provide a Form M and forge bank signatures and stamps. Clearance procedures for an EPZ are significantly more streamlined but the EPZ still incurs many of these problems.

8 The external current account recorded persistent and significant deficits. External debt rose to 120 per cent of GDP by 1987. Repeated rescheduling and continuing external debt arrears effectively shut Nigeria out from international capital markets for most of the period. Evidence of this lack of market access is the prohibitive mark-ups that Nigeria would have had to pay on primary issues that can be derived from secondary market information. Binding Constraints to Growth in Nigeria 21 This is not the case now.

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