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CBN’s multiple forex rate eliminates frivolous demand

The Central Bank of Nigeria says its multiple exchange rate systems has eliminated frivolous demand in the system. Babatunde Adama, Head of Trading at Citi Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to review the fixed income and forex Markets.

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