Nigeria's Dual Economy

From NigeriansTalk Fri Jan 11 2013, 03:53:59

Back in secondary school, I distinctly remember being taught in Social Studies class that Nigeria operates a mixed economy - an admixture of socialism and capitalism. It made little sense to me then, just as I am still struggling to understand what this mixed economy means now. More recently, I've had cause to believe that Nigeria does have a mixed [...]

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