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Nigerian finance minister’s plans to boost economy

Nigeria's finance minister Kemi Adeosun says the country needs to ask its economy much harder to produce much more revenues. CNBC caught up with her on the sidelines of the IMF/World Bank spring meetings to discuss the plans for Nigeria's economy.

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