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Food prices push Nigeria inflation to 17-month high after border closures

By Reuters   |   21 November 2019   |   1:59 pm  
Nigeria inflation has slowed after the country exited a recession which made importation expensive, but food inflation has remained high. Nigeria has since August partially closed land borders to halt trade amid a crackdown on smuggling, but the move is expected to push up prices.

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