Uncertainty over the shape of Nigeria’s new cabinet, how a presidential succession will play out and the threat of
unrest in two of its most turbulent regions are clouding an otherwise bright investment outlook.
Africa’s most populous nation remains a compelling frontier market for foreign investors but its volatile political climate, which poses risks to everything from oil production to banking reforms, means many remain on the sidelines for now.
Following are some of the factors investors ...
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Added April 04, 2010
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