Africa’s Biggest Economy Defying Currency Critics Chokes GrowthBy
Nigeria refuses to go way of other oil economies and devalue
Currency controls starve companies of dollars to pay suppliers
Nigeria’s economy is growing at the slowest pace this decade as oil prices drop. Companies are complaining they can’t get the dollars they need to do business. And trading in the naira has long since dried up.
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