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Burning issues that will impact Nigeria’s small businesses this year

By CNBC
04 February 2019   |   4:00 pm
What are the burning issues that will probably impact Nigeria's medium and small businesses this year? David Ita, Strategic Partnership and Emerging Business Analyst at Diamond Bank joins CNBC Africa to discuss this topic.

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