Nigeria’s import curbs drain life from bustling Lagos ports

by | April 27, 2016 3:22 pm

Nigeria’s Apapa port is usually a frenetic place, where ships line up for days to offload imports ranging from used cars and plywood to rice, frozen fish and champagne. Snaking queues of trucks are usually waiting for the cargo. But the busiest port in Africa’s biggest economy has become eerily tranquil in recent months. Even…

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