West African Trade: A Study of Competition, Oligopoly and Monopoly in a Changing Economy

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LIST OF TABLES
1 External trade of Nigeria and the Gold Coast, 1948-51page2
2 Imports of certain commodities into Nigeria and the Gold Coast, 1899-195147
3 Principal imports into Nigeria, 1949-5148
4 Principal imports into the Gold Coast, 1949-5149
5 Price structure of matches in Aba, Nigeria, July 195059
6 Price structure of 'Guinea Gold' cigarettes in southern Nigeria, July 195060
7 Shares of principal importers in commercial merchandise imports into Nigeria, 194968
8 Shares of merchant firms in the import or distribution of certain commodities or commodity groups in Nigeria, 194971
9 Shares of merchant firms in the import or distribution of certain commodities or commodity groups in the Gold Coast, 194973
10 Shares of merchant firms in the import of certain commodities into the Gold Coast, May-August 1950 and January-May 1951 (9 months)73
11 Exports of certain commodities from Nigeria and the Gold Coast, 1899-1951195
12 Principal exports from Nigeria, 1949-51197
13 Principal exports from the Gold Coast, 1949-51198
14 Shares of merchant firms in purchases for export or in exports in Nigeria and the Gold Coast, 1949 or 1950220
15 Groundnut purchases and overpayments at thirty-two road stations in northern Nigeria, 1948-9 and 1949-50236
16 Groundnut purchases and overpayments at nine markets at railway stations in northern Nigeria, 1949-50238
17 Imports of groundnuts into the United Kingdom, 1939-48248
18 Changes in participation in produce buying since the abolition of the quota system253
19 Summary of the operations of the marketing boards, 1947-51284
20 Surpluses of the marketing boards to the end of crop year 1950-1 or calendar year 1951285

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