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Submitted by Chinyere on

This article sheds so much light on the exact topic being discussed in my undergraduate economics class, 'Economic growth and structural change in Nigeria'. The fact that Nigeria is also a developing country makes its growth pattern very similar to the countries mentioned above. Currently, the growth rate is about 6.5% on the average, yet resources are very poorly distributed, with a widening gap between the rich and poor and Agriculture employing a very large percentage of the labor force, and so on. Thanks a lot for this article. Was doing some research on my class work and I stumbled on this via my email. I hope to see more of such helpful articles.