Air imports into Nigeria are set to “collapse” this year because of high tariffs and over-zealous customs officials. Website thisdaylive reports that many Nigerian importers have already been forced out of business and freight forwarders are considering relocating elsewhere in West Africa in the hope of a more favourable trading climate. The National Association of Government Freight Forwarders says inadequate roads, patchy power supply and poor security are also hurting Nigerian trade.
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