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Exclusive: Rebase to boost Nigeria's economy 40 pct: source

yahoo.com (1 year and 11 months ago)

Apr 25, 2012

LAGOS (Reuters) - The size of Nigeria's economy will shoot up by some 40 percent in the second quarter this year, placing Africa's second-biggest economy on the list of middle income countries and bringing it closer to rival South Africa, a source full story

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