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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Nigeria Exports

According to MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (, the following items are major exports of NIGERIA: aircraft, aircraft parts, aluminum, ammonia, animal food, antiques, artwork, automobiles, beauty products, beer, broadcasting equipment, broth and soup, cement, cleaning products, cocoa beans, cocoa butter, cocoa paste, copper, cotton, dental products, dried legumes, electric batteries, electric generating sets, electricity to neighboring countries, excavation machinery, fabric, facial tissue, fertilizer, flavored water, gas turbines, gemstones, glass bottles, hairpieces and wigs, iron, lead, legume flour, machinery, measuring and surveying equipment, medical supplies, medicine, mineral ash residue, motorcycles, niobium, oilseeds, paint, pasta, perfume plants, pesticides, petroleum, petroleum gas, plastic, plastic houseware, polyacetals, precious metal watches, processed fruit and nuts, rubber, footwear, sauce and seasoning, scrap vessels, scrap waste, sculptures, shaped paper, slag material, soap, spices, tanned animal hides, tantalum, telephones, tin, tobacco, tree nuts, vanadium, vehicle parts, wood, wood charcoal, yarn, zinc, and zirconium. According to the International Monetary Fund (, countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include India (top importer), the United States, China, Spain, France, Canada, South Africa, the Netherlands, Indonesia, Japan, Côte d'Ivoire, the United Kingdom, Senegal, Italy, South Korea, Germany, Brazil, Ghana, Uruguay, Jordan, and Cameroon.

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