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 Nigeria is the largest country in black Africa with a population forecast of 150 million people broken into 36 states with Abuja as the capital. With this population and clothing being a basic need of life, it is evidently clear that Nigeria constitutes a very large market for clothing items – Textile Materials. The local textile needs is presently being met by locally manufactured textiles, cheap textiles dumped in the country as well as high quality textiles entering through unofficial trade. In 1990, there were 175 textile factories operating in Nigeria but today we have 42 epileptic operators. Only 12 of these can boast of operating at 30% capacity. Among these, 4 textile factories produce embroidery lace materials as part of their product brands. This further establishes the inadequacy of the local supply of textile products in Nigeria. For instance, over $760 million worth of embroidered lace materials/textiles exported from South-East Asian countries to sub-Saharan Africa annually, at least 75% of this export is consumed in Nigeria. In other words, Nigeria imports over $540 million worth of lace fabrics yearly. The Nigerian embroidery lace Co. Ltd. AF print Group Ltd., Bhojsons, Empec Industries Ltd and Kaduna Textile Mills, which are the major local producers of these products cannot meet the demand, with an average annual output of $281 million, when Nigeria annual demand estimate for embroidery lace alone totals $821.5 million. Textile Watch(2004). In 1990,the Nigeria textile industry was the largest in Africa after Egypt and South Africa. The industry which currently accounts for less than 25% of manufacturing value has gone through various phases of growth. In 1960s, the investment and savings policies induced steady growth which gave rise to an average of 12.5% growth rate in the 1970s. The recession of the early to mid 1980 dealt with the industry and took its toll. The cumulative Textile Production (1972 – 2000) declined from 4271 to 171.1 in 1984 and 112.8 in 2003. The industry recovered in the late 1980’s achieving an annual growth rate of about 67% between 1985 and 1991, with the embroidery lace alone accounting for about 20% of the recorded growth.

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Number of Pages132 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
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