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The economic impact of domestic responses to COVID-19: the case of Nigeria

Nigeria had been grappling with weak recovery from a recession in 2016, with GDP growth rate tapering around 2.3 percent in 2019. The debt service-to-revenue ratio has been at 60 percent for the past four years.

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