Lagos - Nigeria has been rated as one of the top three destinations for Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in Africa despite the current challenges facing the country, reports The Guardian.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in its latest report on FDI inflows into Africa said Nigeria’s inflows stood at N5.6billion in 2013.
The report noted that FDI inflows into Africa rose by four percent to $57 billion during this period.
Seven countries were listed as having above the $3billion FDI inflow point. They are Nigeria, South Africa, Mozambique, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana and Sudan.
Read more at The Guardian.
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