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Naira Volatility Spurs Nigerian Firms to Seek Exchange Rate Band – Bloomberg

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Nigerian producers want the central bank to set a trading band for naira to help stem weakness in the currency and reduce the impact on manufacturing costs.
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, a industry body, said limited dollar liquidity and high exchange rate costs had weakened industrial production since currency reforms were announced in June.

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