Buhari urges Korea to invest more in Nigeria

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Buhari urges Korea to invest more in Nigeria

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President Muhammadu Buhari has invited top Korean business executives to increase their investments in Nigeria, promising that his administration will continue to make determined efforts to improve the enabling domestic environment for businesses to flourish. He made the plea on Wednesday during an audience he granted representatives of strategic Korean companies and industries on the […]

Buhari urges Korea to invest more in Nigeria
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