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NESG Projects Nigeria’s Early Exit From Recession


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By BUKOLA IDOWU  | Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) yesterday said the Nigerian economy will exit recession in 2021. It also raised concerns about rising unemployment and poverty levels in the country. In its economic outlook for the country in 2021, the NESG projected that the country’s GDP will see a growth rate of 0.9 […]


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