Liberty Holdings CEO on challenges facing emerging markets
By CNBC Africa
17 January 2017 | 12:29 pm
CNBC Africa's Bronwyn Nielsen spoke to Thabo Dloti, Chief Executive Officer, Liberty Holdings at the on going 2017 World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos Switzerland on challenges facing emerging markets with a particular focus on Nigeria.
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