Invest Nigeria - Think Anambra (Presentation): Anambra State Investment Promotion and Protection Agency (ANSIPPA)

Table of Contents

  • Anambra State at a Glance
  • Why Invest in Anambra State
  • Anambra State Investment Promotion and Protection Agency (ANSIPPA)
  • Sectors in Which to Invest
  • Incentives Offered to Investors
  • Recent Investments into Anambra

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Anambra State at a Glance

  • Established on 27 August 1991
  • Size: 4,844 square km (0.5% of Nigeria’s land mass – 2nd smallest state after Lagos)
  • Population (2015 est.): 5,084,192; 10th most populous state in Nigeria
  • Economy (2015): ₦2.70 tn ($13.50 bn); Per capita: $2,655 (National: $2,640)
  • Contributes 2.78% to Nigeria’s GDP
  • First in commercial trade volume in South East Nigeria (3rd in Nigeria after Lagos and Kano)
  • Largest commercial market in West Africa
  • Accounts for 35% of Nigeria’s merchandise trade and less than 5% of Nigeria’s foreign investment
  • Resources: Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Bauxite, Kaolin, Salt, Gypsum, Lead, Lignite, Limestone, Iron Ore
  • 98% arable soil for Oil Palm, Corn, Rice, Yam, Cassava, Tomatoes, Fishing and Livestock
  • Tourism: Ogbunike Cave, Agulu Lake, Ogba Waterfalls in Owerre-Ezukala
  • Anambra State has the lowest poverty rate in Nigeria
  • Invest Nigeria – Think Anambra: Anambra State Investment Promotion and Protection Agency (ANSIPPA)

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