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Battle plans drawn up against the economic meltdown; While the economic outlook does not look particularly promising given the current oil price, President Yar'Adua is nevertheless optimistic that Nigeria can seize the moment to redirect the economy and begin the path to greater prosperity. Williams Ekanem reports from Lagos on the latest developments. Mar 1, 2009 1311
The search for price stability: while Nigeria's new budget continues to get slammed both in parliament and on the high street, the country is now debating the merits of national policies aimed at inflation control. Williams Ekanem spoke to several experts to gauge opinion. Feb 1, 2009 1059
Manufacturing under stress: Nigeria may have the largest domestic market in Africa and may be attracting greater FDI than ever before, but its manufacturing sector has been going downhill rapidly. Williams Ekanem explains why the country's producers are raising the alarm. Oct 1, 2008 1344
Liquidity glut wreaks price havoc: Nigeria, like other African countries, has to balance rising inflation with higher interest rates and it would like to be able to do so without causing additional hardship to those on low incomes. Aug 1, 2008 1234

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