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Nissan Pathfinder: Nissan is one of a handful of vehicle manufacturers now assembling automobiles in Nigeria

Nigeria will be Africa's next automotive hub (Report): PwC

Nigeria has the potential to become the hub of Africa’s automotive industry. Home to an estimated 170 million people, over 40 million of who are in the growing middle class, the continent’s largest economy is increasingly seen as an attractive destination for investors across all sectors.

Nissan Pathfinder: Nissan is one of the car makers that recently started building cars in Nigeria.

Nigeria Targets 80% Local Manufacturing in Auto Industry

Nigeria plans to raise the portion of local manufacturing in the automotive industry to 80 percent by 2023 as Africa’s most populous country seeks to cut imports and diversify the economy away from oil, the industry regulator said.

Volkswagen brings car assembly back to Nigeria to tap Africa growth

Volkswagen brings car assembly back to Nigeria to tap Africa growth

Volkswagen AG resumed building vehicles in Nigeria for the first time in 25 years in a bid to foster sales growth in Africa.

What’s Happening in Nigeria’s Economy? (Image credit: Bloomberg News)

What's happening in Nigeria's economy? The short answers

The Nigerian economy is being challenged by crashing oil prices despite the central bank’s best efforts to stem outflows.

Volkswagen Beetle

Volkswagen (VW) to start assembling cars in Nigeria with Stallion Group

Volkswagen AG (VOW) plans to start assembling cars in Nigeria as early as next year with Dubai-based conglomerate Stallion Group, according to people familiar with the matter.

The IVM G5 by Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing (IVM)

Innoson Unveils First Made-in-Nigeria Cars

When Nigeria, on October 3, 2013, announced the introduction of a new automotive policy aimed at discouraging the importation of wholly assembled automobile and encourage local manufacturing …

Chris de Kock, CEO of FirstRand's WesBank unit

South Africa's FirstRand to offer vehicle finance in Nigeria

FirstRand Ltd. (FSR), Africa’s largest bank by market value, is to offer vehicle finance in Nigeria as the Johannesburg-based lender targets growth in the continent’s biggest economy.

Olusegun Aganga, Nigeria’s Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment

Volkswagen planning new auto assembly plant in Nigeria: An interview with Segun Aganga, Nigeria's Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment (Video)

Volkswagen is in talks with the Nigerian government to establish an auto assembly plant in the West African country in December.

The 2015 Nissan Armada. Nissan, in a joint venture with the Stallion Group

Automobile assembly revs up in Nigeria

The first made-in-Nigeria passenger cars for decades rolled off factory lots in Lagos State in June, marking what authorities hope is the beginning of a new era for automotive assembly in the country.

Nissan Pathfinder

Nissan makes first made-in-Nigeria car

Nissan is the first vehicle manufacturer to build a car in Nigeria since the country introduced its new automotive policy.

Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Lagos, Nigeria: Africa's Big Apple

With tech hubs, a newly wealthy class, and an exploding population, Lagos is forging a model for Africa’s urban future. Saturday night in Africa’s biggest city, Lagos, and five of us are lip-reading across the table above the thumping music at Rhapsody’s, a restaurant-club on upscale Victoria Island.