Experts discuss monetary policy, tax issues and Nigeria’s development objectives

Nigeria’s Monetary Policy Committee has held the country’s baseline interest rate at 14 per cent for the last 8 straight sessions. However, as concerns about inflation wane analysts expect the country’s monetary policy to turn expansionary. A panel of experts, Eme Essien Lore, IFC Country Manager, Nigeria; Bismarck Rewane, CEO, Financial Derivatives, and Taiwo Oyedele, Partner and Head of Tax Regulatory Services at PWC Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss Monetary Policy, Tax and Nigeria’s development objectives.

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