President Umaru Yar'Adua's two-month absence for medical treatment is clouding what could otherwise be a bright investment climate in sub-Saharan Africa's second biggest economy.
The political uncertainty poses risks to everything from oil and banking reforms to peace in the oil-producing Niger Delta. Following are some of the factors investors are watching.
Nigeria's ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Abdullah Aminchi, said a week ago Yar'Adua was expected to be discharged ...
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Added January 22, 2010
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