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Gasoline subsidy returned as landing costs soar

Nigeria has returned to paying gasoline subsidies as the cost of landing about N180 per liter exceeded the pump price of N162 per liter after global oil prices rose 45%. Finance, Budget and National Planning Minister Zaynab Ahmed said the federal government is no longer subsidizing. Reason…

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Gasoline subsidy returned as landing costs soar

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