Nigeria, South Africa Trade; Bumpy Political Relationship Hurts Growth Of Business

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Nigeria and South Africa are the two biggest economies in Africa with a combined GDP of close to a trillion US Dollars. Trade between them is still fairly small despite growing exponentially in the last two decades from just seven million dollars in 1999 to well over 4 billion dollars currently. Sumitra Nydoo reports that while the number of South African companies investing in Nigeria is increasing, trade between the two countries could benefit from improved relations.
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