Nigerian Ports Congestion Cripples Region's Economy
LAGOS (Reuters) - Worsening congestion at Nigeria's major ports
is crippling the economy of the West African sub-region, industry
sources said on Thursday.
Manufacturers say essential cargoes are stranded at the ports
and their factories are on the brink of closing down, as a standoff
between importers and the government showed no signs of easing.
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