Nigerian Ports Head Sees 2016 Revenue Rising as Naira FloatsBy
Agency in talks with foreign investors to build Badagry dock
Dredging of waterways under way to attract larger vessels
Revenue from Nigeria’s ports may beat initial estimates this year after the country abandoned a peg on the naira in favor of a more flexible, market-driven exchange rate policy, to alleviate dollar shortages that had been hurting businesses.
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