Chinese banks set to establish operations in Nigeria
According to a report by infodig.com.ng, Mr. Jianchin, the Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria in Abuja on Tuesday, said that Chinese banks are set to establish operations in Nigeria.
The Chinese Ambassador said this while addressing journalists during the observance of the 2021 Chinese Moon Festival and China-Nigeria Cultural Week.
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The report from infodig.com.ng however made it clear, that according to Cui, the main topics of discussion at the China-Nigeria Binational Committee conference, which he is also advocating for, will be the development of Chinese banks in Nigeria. JAMB Result
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