As in any other country, the growth of Nigeria's national income in the long run will depend to a large extent on the rate of capital
|Total Domestic Fixed Investment||36.6||42.0||55.7|
|Increase in Foreign Assets||26.4||43.9||26.4|
|Net Donation Receipts from Abroad||2.6||0.7||4.0|
|Public Borrowing Abroad||1.0||7.3||0.4|
|Private Capital Inflow||3.0||7.6||12.4|
|1 Mission estimate.|
|2 Changes in foreign balances of Nigerian banks.|
|3 Excluding dividend and interest payments abroad.|
SOURCE: Department of Statistics, Lagos. For more detailed data on fixed investment,|
see Appendix E.
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Publication information: Book title: The Economic Development of Nigeria:Report of a Mission Organized by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development at the Request of the Governments of Nigeria and the United Kingdom. Contributors: World Bank - OrganizationName. Publisher: Johns Hopkins Press. Place of publication: Baltimore, MD. Publication year: 1955. Page number: 129.
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