ASYCUDA
  Nigeria

Customs Emblem Flag of Nigeria
 
General information :
Capital city :
Population (date) :
GDP per capita (date) : 
Abuja
129,934,911 (est. 2002)
USD840 (est. 2001
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Languages :
Alpha: NG, Num:
English (official), Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo (Ibo), Fulani
Major imports : Machinery, Chemicals, transport equipment, manufactured goods, food and live animals
Major exports : Petroleum and petroleum products 95%, cocoa, rubber
Trade agreement membership(s) :
Fiscal year : calendar year
Monetary Unit :
Naira
  
ASYCUDA Project :
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Project Number
 

Technical details :
ASYCUDA platform :
 
ASYCUDA++
Additional Project Info :
The ECOWAS Community Computer Centre (ECOWAS/CCC) installed the ASYCUDA Ver. 2.7 in Nigeria from 1999 onwards through a project financed by the Nigerian Federal Government. The achievements of this three-year project are summarised below: (1) implementation of one single customs declaration model – SGD, in current use, replacing the previous 39 forms (2) use of international codes (3) this version of the system is installed and operational in 15 Area Commands (customs offices) (4) customs officers gained computer skills and a relatively high percentage of them are already trained in the operation of this version of ASYCUDA (5) bonded warehouses keepers have implemented with NCS assistance ASYCUDA Ver. 2 in their premises, on their equipment and provide office space to trained customs officers.