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Nigeria Economic Update(Issue 5)

There was a general increase in transport fares across different modes of transportation in the country in December 2022. The report on transport fares released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in January 2023 revealed that the average fare paid by passengers for bus journey within the city per drop increased from N637.10 in November 2022 to N644.66 in December 2022, representing a 1.19% increase on a month-on-month basis.

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Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 39)

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