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How easy is it now to do business in Nigeria?

By CNBC
18 November 2018   |   12:00 pm
The Nigerian government has been organising one-stop shops and SME clinics in states across the country as part of its ease of doing business plan. Some of the initiatives include the approval of a special window of 90 days for entrepreneurs to register their businesses for a reduced fee of 5000 Naira.

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