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Today, February 23, 2023, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television has published a new content with the title Nigeria Port Offers Economic Boost. If you want to watch this video in streaming, you have come to the right place!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Nigeria Port Offers Economic Boost published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
As Nigeria faces dwindling foreign direct investment, the a new Lekki Deep Seaport could offer a boost to West Africa's trade volume. Bloomberg's Jennifer Zabasajja reports from Lagos.
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