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17 Nov 2020
The Nigerian government has allowed Dangote Cement to resume exports across its land borders, raising hopes that Africa's most populous nation may be opening up trade with neighbors after a year-long blockade.
10 Nov 2020
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11 Dec 2019
Border closure: There's a failure on the part of customs, says - Rep Sala Soli
5 Dec 2019
Nigeria's border closure is having an unusual impact on the prices of poultry products, which continues to soar, Compared to other foodstuffs. TVC News findings reveal that in spite of the government's efforts to boost indigenous production, locally produced poultry products are still more expensive.

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