(Reuters) - Unions in Nigeria suspended strikes on Monday to allow further negotiations with the government after President Goodluck Jonathan announced a cut in petrol prices. Here are some details about the strike and day-by-day developments: * WHAT IS THE DISPUTE ABOUT? - Nigeria's fuel regulator removed the fuel subsidy on January 1 as part of efforts to cut government spending. Petrol prices ...
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Added January 16, 2012
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