Nigerian Inflation Accelerates in August as Food Costs SurgeBy
Inflation rate rose to 17.6% from 17.1% the previous month
Central Bank of Nigeria to review main lending rate Sept. 20
Nigerian inflation accelerated for a tenth consecutive month in August as food prices climbed, strengthening the case for the central bank to raise interest rates again even as the economy contracted in the second quarter.
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