MTN will appeal against a decision by Nigerian tax authorities as the group finds itself in yet another dispute in the West African nation, continuing a slide in the group’s share price. 

Last week, Bloomberg reported that the Lagos-based Tax Appeal Tribunal (TAT) ordered MTN to pay $72.6m (about R1.4bn), according to documents verified by two government officials. ..

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