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MTN Shares Rises After $52m Settlement with Nigerian Government

The largest telecommunications company's dack days may be over in Nigeria, however, governments must be proactive to avoid leakages for tax returns.

MTN Shares Rises After $52m Settlement with Nigerian Government
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