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Sunday 24.09


Published Sat Jul 16 2016

Like Greece, like Nigeria – The outcome of the “No” vote in Greece should be an eye-opener to disciples of so-called business. There is no business in Nigeria. Should a country with no manufacturing and agricultural sectors qualify to claim any economic importance because of its export, a mono product, which derivatives it loses to buyers?

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