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Nigeria passes TSA transaction costs to payers

By CNBC
03 November 2018   |   10:30 am
The Federal government of Nigeria has begun the implementation of a new tariff model for its Treasury Single Account where payers will bear the transaction costs to its ministries, departments and agencies from the first of November.

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