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Port Congestion, lack of national carrier worry operators

By TVC News Nigeria
01 December 2019   |   5:21 pm
The Nigeria Institute of Shipping has called for urgent actions to decongest Nigerian ports and re-establish a national carrier for faster development of the maritime industry.

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