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Nigeria exempts Dangote Cement from land border closure

By TVC News Nigeria
17 November 2020   |   4:07 pm
The Nigerian government has allowed Dangote Cement to resume exports across its land borders, raising hopes that Africa's most populous nation may be opening up trade with neighbors after a year-long blockade.

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