Just a month ago in Africa’s largest economy, a reform that seemed impossible became possible. Nigeria ended subsidies that kept petrol prices low.

The government needed the revenue to deal with the Covid-19 emergency. It also began to make moves to reform its currency exchange rates and diversify its economy from a dependency on oil exports...

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