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Nigeria’s aviation sector hits turbulence

By CNBC
08 February 2017   |   3:48 am
The aviation sector in Nigeria has been confronted with several challenges in the last two years. For a sector that is heavily dependent on foreign exchange, the scarcity of the dollar poses a huge challenge to airline operations.

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