Nigerian Sovereign Wealth Fund Grows to $2 Billion, CEO Says

Bloomberg Finance 13 days ago

Nigerias sovereign wealth fund stood at $2 billion this month with the investment agency seeking further growth through agriculture and the addition of asset management, its chief executive officer said.


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