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MTN plunges after Nigeria orders refund of $8.1 Billion dividend

By Bloomberg
30 August 2018   |   10:30 am
MTN Group Ltd. plunged to a nine-year low after Nigeria’s central bank ordered the return of $8.1 billion it alleges Africa’s largest mobile-phone company illegally moved out of the country.

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