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Inflation and the Nigerian economy (part 1)

By Guardian TV
26 April 2016   |   4:54 pm
In 2016, the Nigerian economy has been facing a series of challenges. One of these challenges has been a rising rate of inflation. The Guardian decided to commission a series of videos to understand the impact inflation is having on the population at large. In the first of this series we spoke to a market trader about her challenges. You can watch more of our series, 'Inflation and The Nigerian Economy' on Guardian TV.

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