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Freight forwarders point at corruption, seek efficient port reforms

By TVC News Nigeria
07 December 2019   |   8:58 am
Freight forwarding practitioners are demanding a holistic legislative port reforms in Nigeria. They say a revolution in the entire transport logistics supply chain will make the port in the country more efficient.

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