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2023 in review: Unpacking Nigeria’s inflation & GDP trajectory

By Reuters
04 December 2023   |   3:11 am
Household Consumption accounted for the largest share of real Gross Domestic Product at market prices in the first and second quarter of this year according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics. Femi Oladehin, Partner at Àrgentil Capital Partners joins CNBC Africa to unpack the numbers and drivers of inflation in Nigeria.

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