Effect of Deregulation in Nigeria?

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Deregulation in Nigeria refers to the doing away with the regulations that are concerned with financial markets and trades from 1994-1998. This is considered as an element of economic reform programme aimed at improving the overall economy through well spelt out ways.
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It will bring about competitiveness when the forces of demand and supply come into play, the prices of the products involved will be realistic.
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With oil sector deregulation on the horizon, oil industry observers are debating how the move will impact on Nigeria's seemingly perpetual fuel crisis. On the surface, many would
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To make the efforts of Government at deregulating the he downstream sector a success, you are enjoined to among other things;
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it has increased the cost of living,made the cost of transportation high and even created job opportunities.
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