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

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LIST OF TABLES
Part I
Gross Domestic Product of Nigeria, 1952-5313
Selected Indicators of Economic Growth18
Projection of Expenditure on Agricultural and Veterinary Services39
Estimated Distribution of Traffic59
The Pattern of Public Expenditure79
Percentage Composition of Proposed Public Expenditure80
The Proposed Rise in Public Expenditure106
The Cost of the Proposed Program107
Government Expenditures and Financial Resources Available, 1955-60108
Structure of Tax Revenue, All Government Authorities Combined111
Financial Position of Regional Governments, 1959-60117
Proposed Rise in Direct Taxes Collected by Local Authorities124
Part II
Savings and Investment, 1950-52129
Average Annual Value of Exports by Commodity, 1949-53133
Volume of Exports of Principal Commodities133
Imports by Commodity Groups, 1949-53135
Volume of Imports of Selected Commodities136
Prices of Exports and Imports and Terms of Trade137
Direction of Trade139
Balance of Payments Estimates143
Sterling Assets of Nigerian Official, Semi-Official and Banking Institutions, 1953145
Currency in Circulation151
Deposits in Commercial Banks, December 31, 1953153
Liquid Reserve Ratios of Commercial Banks, December 31, 1953153
Advances of Commercial Banks154
Classification of Loans and Advances of Commercial Banks154
Post Office Savings161
Price Projection of Marketing Board Produce168
Distribution of Marketing Board Reserves169
Distribution of Regional Marketing Board Reserves170
Estimated Losses by the Marketing Boards Under A Fall in Prices171

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