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​Why post-Brexit Britain needs Nigeria

Africa’s largest economy’s offers unique trading opportunities

By Jake Sumner  

A marketplace in Lagos

Post-Brexit, Britain will face a trading challenge. This is one of the most important economic realities of our time. The subject was in the spotlight again last week, as the Office of National Statistics published a new report on Britain’s global trading relationships. Understandably, most attention was given to the United States and the European Union itself: deals with both will be vital to Britain’s future success.

But so too will the development of trading relationships with smaller economies, one example being a country…

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