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CBN moves to curb abuse naira abuse

By CNBC
21 September 2018   |   2:06 pm
The Central Bank of Nigeria has stepped up its efforts to rid the country of dirty naira notes and make lower denominations available. The apex bank has also spelt out new regulations on naira handling.

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