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A STUDY INTO THE DETERMINANTS OF BALANCE TRADE IN NIGERIA

Balance of payments of a country is a systematic record of all its economic transactions with the outside world in a give year. It is a statistical record of the character and dimensions of the country’s economic relationships with the rest of the world (Johnson H 1958:113). Determinants of balance of payment have been and are still a topic of interest to many people and nations. Because of its usefulness, many writers have contributed towards its meaning, causes and solutions.

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ADVERTISING AN EFFECTIVE PROMOTIONAL TOOL FOR MARKETING NEW PRODUCT (A Case Study of NASCO Marketing Company)

In our contemporary world, advertising serves as one of the media vehicle through which any organization or potential buyers of goods and services and to form direct communication of persuasion nature to existing customers or the generality of the populate. In communication system (through whatever means can deliver its message to recipient or receiver in a way and manner that the receiver will receive and perceive the message.

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AN ANALYSIS OF PROMOTIONAL TECHNIQUES AND THEIR FIT WITH SOME SELECTED PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATION IN KANO METROPOLIS

It is not enough for a business to have good products sold and services rendered at attractive prices. To generate sales and profits, the benefits of products have to be communicated to customers. In marketing, this is commonly known as “promotion”. Although promotion is not done only for these factors but for other such as to build brand loyalty, to reminds and reassure costumers, to launch a new product and maybe to defend market share by responding to competitors’ campaigns with their own advertising. A business’ total marketing communications programme is called the promotional technique and consists of a blend of promotional methods and all other efforts aimed at making the public know the importance and benefits of their product and services (Lieberman & Montgomery, 1998).

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ASSESSMENT OF THE CHALLENGES FACING SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN ACCESSING FOREIGN EXCHANGE IN NIGERIA(A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED ELECTRONICS DEALERS IN ALABA INT’L MARKET, LAGOS, NIGERIA)

The desire to build a strong economy is the desire of every patriotic citizen in Nigeria. This desire is illustrated via high productivity in the part of citizens in Nigeria and, the ability of the government to diversify the economy to earn more foreign exchange.

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An assessment of prospect and challenges of distribution of goods by road in Nigeria

Road is the major mode of transport system in Nigeria. Even in terms of haulage of goods, the advent of motor vehicles revolutionized transport and constituted a challenge to the railroads. According to Stanford Research Institute (1963), Road transport as at 1953 was carrying 50% of the total ten-miles of freight in Nigeria and by 1960; the proportion had increased to 62% while the total traffic carried by all forms of transport had more than doubled. In the urban area a greater percentage of the people depended on public transport while the private transport system had the other percentage. (Ogunbodede, 1990; Ogunjumo, 1986; Okpala 1981 and Mrakpor, 1986). This was a result of rapid economic development in Nigeria. Public transport was mainly control by the private sector.

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An assessment of prospect and challenges of distribution of goods by road in Nigeria

Road is the major mode of transport system in Nigeria. Even in terms of haulage of goods, the advent of motor vehicles revolutionized transport and constituted a challenge to the railroads. According to Stanford Research Institute (1963), Road transport as at 1953 was carrying 50% of the total ten-miles of freight in Nigeria and by 1960; the proportion had increased to 62% while the total traffic carried by all forms of transport had more than doubled. In the urban area a greater percentage of the people depended on public transport while the private transport system had the other percentage. (Ogunbodede, 1990; Ogunjumo, 1986; Okpala 1981 and Mrakpor, 1986). This was a result of rapid economic development in Nigeria. Public transport was mainly control by the private sector.

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An assessment of prospect and challenges of distribution of goods by road in Nigeria

Road is the major mode of transport system in Nigeria. Even in terms of haulage of goods, the advent of motor vehicles revolutionized transport and constituted a challenge to the railroads. According to Stanford Research Institute (1963), Road transport as at 1953 was carrying 50% of the total ten-miles of freight in Nigeria and by 1960; the proportion had increased to 62% while the total traffic carried by all forms of transport had more than doubled. In the urban area a greater percentage of the people depended on public transport while the private transport system had the other percentage. (Ogunbodede, 1990; Ogunjumo, 1986; Okpala 1981 and Mrakpor, 1986). This was a result of rapid economic development in Nigeria. Public transport was mainly control by the private sector.

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An assessment of prospect and challenges of distribution of goods by road in Nigeria

Road is the major mode of transport system in Nigeria. Even in terms of haulage of goods, the advent of motor vehicles revolutionized transport and constituted a challenge to the railroads. According to Stanford Research Institute (1963), Road transport as at 1953 was carrying 50% of the total ten-miles of freight in Nigeria and by 1960; the proportion had increased to 62% while the total traffic carried by all forms of transport had more than doubled. In the urban area a greater percentage of the people depended on public transport while the private transport system had the other percentage. (Ogunbodede, 1990; Ogunjumo, 1986; Okpala 1981 and Mrakpor, 1986). This was a result of rapid economic development in Nigeria. Public transport was mainly control by the private sector.

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DISTRIBUTION STRATEGIES AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN MANUFACTURING FIRM

As industries engage in production of goods and services, they need to make them available to consumers at the right time right place and at the least cost (price).All these cannot be without effective and efficient system put in place. Distribution strategy is the transfer of products from one place to another or from one manufacturer such as wholesaler, retailer, agents and other means such as transportation, communication warehousing etc. (Jobber 2002). Distribution contributes no profit to companies account.

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