ACCRA (Reuters) - Veteran emerging market investor Mark Mobius is looking for bargains in Nigeria as others take fright at violence in Africa's most populous country, where the Islamist sect Boko Haram has killed nearly 1,000 people since 2009. Mobius, who oversees $44 billion as chairman of Franklin Templeton's Emerging Markets Group, said bomb and gun attacks in cities such as Abuja and Kano ...
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