Nigeria: Reforming the nearly unreformable - The Economist

Nigeria: Reforming the nearly unreformable

Nigeria: Reforming the nearly unreformable - The Economist
Nigeria: Reforming the nearly unreformable
Published Aug 07, 2004
964 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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A vicious circle in which virtue cannot easily be rewarded THE seventh floor of Nigeria's ministry of finance in the capital, Abuja, is a far cry from the building's entrance, where security guards sidle up to visitors and ask brazenly...

  
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