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IMF Asks Nigeria To Establish Unified Exchange Rate


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BY MARK ITSIBOR  | The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised Nigeria to establish a unified exchange rate regime with a near-term focus on allowing for greater flexibility and removal of payments backlog. The Fund also called for continued reforms aimed at promoting economic diversification and reducing dependence on oil and increasing employment. IMF, in […]


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