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Nigeria reforms boost cement industry

Economic reforms help large scale industries get off the ground, creating much needed employment.

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Economic reforms have helped large scale industries get off the ground in Nigeria, like cement, creating much needed employment.

Government used to spend more than $1bn a year importing it, but that has changed in the space of few years.

Al Jazeera’s Yvonne Ndege reports from Obajana town, Nigeria.

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