Nigeria wants to boost non-oil income by 87 pct to offset oil slump

By Chijioke Ohuocha LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria expects its non-oil revenues to nearly double this year as Africa's top oil producer seeks to offset a slump in oil revenues, according to a presentation seen by Reuters on Monday. President Muhammadu Buhari plans a record 6.06 trillion naira ($30.6 billion) budget to stimulate Africa's biggest economy, which has been hammered by a fall in oil ...
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Added April 11, 2016
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