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Five key questions on Nigeria’s public finances

No matter who wins the race to be Nigeria’s next president, the public debt-to-GDP ratio is likely to remain on an upwards path in the near-term. But victory for an opposition candidate could make the fiscal outlook considerably brighter further down the line.

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