Financial Integration in a Sub-Saharan Country

The recent shift in policy towards market-oriented systems has led to increasing attention towards the development of efficient financial systems in developing countries. The key role of the financial sector in the savings-investment growth bond is to provide a channel for promoting investment by raising and distributing capital. In this interview, Jassodra Maharaj analyses the 1986 financial liberalisation of Nigeria as part of its Structural Adjustment Programme.

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