THE IMPACT OF SMUGGLING ON OUR LOCAL INDUSTRIES
(A CASE STUDY OF SUNRISE FLOUR MILL, EMENE, ENUGU.)
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of contents
1.1 Background of the Study
1.2 Objective of the study
1.3 Statement of the problem
1.4 Importance of the study
1.5 Scope of the study
1.6 Definition of terms
2.1 Definition of Smuggling
2.2 Causes of smuggling
2.3 Effect of smuggling in Nigeria economy
2.4 Scio – economic implication of smuggling
2.5 Argument for smuggling
2.6 Need to check smuggling
2.7 People who engage in smuggling
2.8 Foreign countries abetting smuggling
2.9 Future prospects of Nigeria local industries
3.1 Primary Source
3.2 Secondary Source
PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA
4.1 Summary of Analysis
5.O Discussion and recommendation.
5.1 Discussion of findings
5.3 Areas for further research
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Nigeria is one of the developing countries of the world yet at the fringe of industries development, but the huge internal market and the vast resources base both human and material are so formidable that local and foreign investors should be tumbling over each other in advancing the peace of industrial development.
At this point one may ask, what are the restraining factors? First on the list of these factors is smuggling which is going to be main research topic of this project.
One of the measure taken by General Ibrahim Babangida the former President of Nigeria and also regime of Gen. Sani Abacha to accelerate the growth of local industries is the widespread ban on importation of raw materials and certain classes of goods which was seen to be detrimental to the growth of our local industries. If must be admitted that this measure conflicts with the interest of foreign experts and home importers so it was easy to speculate that every effort would be made by them to render it nugatory. The measure was generally welcomed by, the private sector and should have assisted local industries to grow and expand, if properly enforced. However, the act of some unscrupulous men through of our local industries.
There have been reports of large scale smuggling of goods in and out of the country.
Various groups of local business men are being accused including some