Nigeria Says Companies to Give $200 Million for Fuel Imports

  • Companies pledge to provide a one-year foreign-currency buffer
  • Fuel importers hindered by lack of dollars to place orders

International energy companies in Nigeria have agreed to provide about $200 million to help fund fuel imports amid a foreign-currency shortage, Petroleum Minister of State Emmanuel Kachikwu said.

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