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Nigeria awards $7 bln rail project to Chinese state rail firm -Xinhua

SHANGHAI, May 16 (Reuters) - Nigeria has awarded a $6.68

billion contract to the China Civil Engineering Construction

Corporation (CCECC) for work on a major segment of a railway

linking the country's commercial hub Lagos, in the southwest,

and Kano in the north, Xinhua reported....

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Published By: Reuters: Nigeria - Wednesday, 16 May

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