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Nigeria’s senate warns against rising debt profile

By CNBC
30 January 2019   |   3:49 pm
Nigerian Senate Committee on Foreign and Local Debts has expressed worry over the rising foreign debt profile of the country and described the trend as very dangerous to the nation’s economy.

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