Nigeria’s economy will most likely contract this year as energy shortages and the delayed budget weigh on output, the International Monetary Fund has said. “I think there is a high likelihood that 2016 as a whole will be a contractionary year,” the IMF Country Representative in Nigeria, Gene Leon, said. While the economy should look […]
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