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Nigerian SMEs’ biggest challenges in 2017

By CNBC
14 December 2017   |   2:00 pm
Chizoba Iheme, Head of liabilities, emerging business at Diamond Bank joins CNBC Africa to evaluate the performance of SMEs in the country this year and give an outlook for 2018.

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