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Nigerian, Germany forge economic ties

By Guardian Exclusive
03 July 2018   |   11:38 am
As part of efforts to grow stronger economic ties between Nigeria and Germany, the delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria in collaboration with Nigeria-German Business Association and the German-African Business Association hopes to explore new investment opportunities at this year’s forum.

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