Ramadan Adding to Nigerian Price Woes?
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Market day in Lagos. Popular with locals out shopping for plentiful supplies of fresh fruit, vegetables and meat. But not so much for its prices. In a country which has seen surging growth in recent years, most Nigerians live on less than a dollar a day. Inflation hit a rate of eight percent in May. That means day-to-day living is getting even harder.

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