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Removing Nigeria’s trade barriers

By CNBC
06 February 2018   |   5:03 am
What will it cost to make Nigeria’s ports more competitive with other countries? CNBC Africa's Christycole Popoola spoke to Robert Bal, Group Managing Director, GAC about ways to remove barriers impeding trade in Nigeria.

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