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Nigerian auto policy: A look at high tariff on vehicle import

By Guardian Exclusive
01 April 2019   |   7:40 pm
As part of the automotive policy introduced in 2014 to encourage local manufacturing and assemblage of vehicles, the Nigerian Government has increased tariff on imported vehicles from 20 percent to 70 percent.

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