Economic Data & Reports
The Economic Sections are responsible for a broad range of economic policy issues and provides U.S. government agencies with accurate, timely, first-hand information and expert analysis on current economic and financial developments in the Nigeria.
The Economic section works closely with other Mission offices - especially the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, the U.S. Foreign Agricultural Section and the U.S. Department of Energy - to promote U.S. commercial interests in Nigeria.
The unit follows Nigeria economic policy developments to understand how they will affect U.S. interests, advocates for U.S. economic and business interests in the Nigeria and works to explain U.S. economic policies and financial regulations to Nigerian audiences.
The U.S. Mission in Nigeria is developing a series of Fact Sheets to assist visiting USG officials, businesspersons and travelers.
Embassy of the United States of America
Plot 1075 Diplomatic Drive
Central District Area, Abuja, Nigeria
U.S. Consulate General Lagos
2 Walter Carrington Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
After Hours Emergencies number: (+234)-1- 460-3600 or (+234)-1- 460-3400
More Information: U.S. Commerial Service
Did you know?
That you should never do business in Nigeria without ensuring that you are dealing with a vetted, confirmed Nigerian company (there are many). Please check with the U.S. Commercial Service prior to sending any money, samples or business information. The Commercial Service maintains a positive list database of known companies (about 6,000) in every field, and can perform background checks as part of our fee-based core services.