This research work tries to give an insight into the issue of the problems of financing international trade in Nigeria from the period (1990 – 1995). This study is aimed at analyzing Nigeria’s foreign transactions during and after (SAP) periods.
The work is organized into five chapters for easy comprehension and deduction, statement of the problem, objectives of the study, Research Questions, Research Hypothesis, significance of the study and definition of terms.
Chapter two involves a review of some related literature, role, risk factor in international cash flow in trade, major problem, restriction and cash flow problems. This chapter also treats, some underlying issues towards the cash flow problem in Nigeria, spanning through structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) and the present data that is the positive impact of SAP on the economy.
Chapter three, this chapter is the core of the study which discusses about the research methodology. The primary and the secondary data and sources, methods of investigation used, sample size, questionnaire distribution, technique of data analysis and the formular (chi – square).
Chapter four, discusses the presentation analysis and interpretation of data and the test of hypothesis.
Chapter five covers the findings, recommendations and conclusion.
This work is however not, exhaustive, efforts have however been made to include relevant issues to note.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
1.1Background of the study
1.2Statement of the problem
1.3Objective of the study
1.6Significance of the study
1.7Delimitation, scope and limitation of study
1.8Definition of Terms
2.0Review of related literature
2.2International cash flow in trade.
2.3Role of international cash flow in trade.
2.3.1Risk factor in international cash flow.
2.3.2Trade Restriction and Govt policies
2.3.3Effects of Restriction on trade
2.4Major problems of financing international trade.
2.5Cash flow problems in trade
2.5.1The policy Trust of SAP
2.5.2The positive impacts of SAP on the economy.
2.6Objectives of SAP
3.0Research Design and methodology
3.1.0Primary Data and sources.
Source of data
Secondary data and source
Source of secondary data
Method of investigation used
Area of the study
The target population
Sample size used
Technique of data
The formular (chi –square)
Presentation and Analysis of data
Test of hypothesis
First Null Hypothesis testing
Second Null hypothesis testing
Third Null Hypothesis testing
Fourth Null hypothesis testing
Research, findings, Recommendation and conclusion
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