Nigeria will tap its strategic grain reserves to rein in food prices, President Muhammadu Buhari said, as Africa's biggest economy faces its worst economic crisis in decades fueled by a collapse in crude oil prices. Annual inflation in the continent's top oil exporter rose to a near four-year high of 12.8 percent in March from 11.4 percent in February, driven by a rise in food prices. "President...
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Added April 25, 2016
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