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CBN raises banks’ forex borrowing limit

The Central Bank of Nigeria raised the limit on foreign currency borrowing for banks to 125 per cent of shareholders' funds from 75 percent. Lami Adekola, co-founder and Director, Hamilton and George joins CNBC Africa for more.

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