The International Monetary Fund has said Nigeria is at low risk of debt distress with the country’s Gross Domestic Product expected to rise by 7.4 per cent in 2014. This was contained in the IMF’s Regional Economic Outlook for sub-Sahara Africa, which was published on Thursday. The report, which stated that softening and increasingly volatile...
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