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Nigeria: Questions, As Emefiele Announces How Central Bank, MTN Settled Thursday, 24 January 2019
[Premium Times] Nigeria's central bank on Tuesday reversed itself and settled for an N19.5billion 'notional settlement' with MTN Communications Nigeria Limited over the controversial repatriation of huge profits from Nigeria totaling over $8.12billion without mandatory regulatory approval.

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