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The future is bright for Nigerian manufacturers

By Guardian TV
02 September 2016   |   4:00 pm
With the current economic slump, Nigerian manufacturers now have an advantage over foreign producers as locally produced goods, though seemingly expensive, will not cost as much as their imported counterparts.

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