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Nigeria: fresh naira falls to curb growth

Nigeria saw sluggish growth over the second half of last year, and the latest falls in the naira mean inflation is set to rise even further over the coming months, which should prompt the central bank to finally spring to action with large interest rate hikes. Against that backdrop, near-term growth will remain sluggish – and weaker than most currently expect.

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