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MTN Trims Business in South Sudan Citing Economic Crisis

Foreign currency scarcity in Africa’s youngest nation has forced businesses to cut down operations, latest being MTN South Sudan.

MTN Trims Business in South Sudan Citing Economic Crisis
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