Nigeria Looks to Raise $3 Billion Eurobond in Oct.: Ahmed

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Sep.09 — Nigerian Finance Minister Zainab Ahmed discusses inflation trends in the country, supply chains and their return to the Eurobond market. She speaks exclusively to Manus Cranny on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open” from the sidelines of the Egypt International Cooperation Forum in Cairo.

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