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Nigeria:Nigeria Records Paltry $9M of Africa's $2.7B Non-Oil Export to U.S.

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[Guardian] Nigeria may have to do more under its diversification agenda and remove several restrictions to investments if it hopes to benefit from the extended trade deal, Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) by the United States, the State Department's Acting Director for Economic and Regional Affairs, Harry Sullivan said during a telephonic briefing on Tuesday.

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