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Ogun State’s 4th Investors’ Forum takes stock of economic performance

By CNBC Africa
15 June 2018   |   7:43 am
Nigeria’s gateway state, Ogun State takes stock of economic activities over the last seven years through its 4th Investor’s Forum which seeks to consolidate gains and accelerate the growth of agriculture, industry and technology, and also declare the state open for business.

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