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West Africa Rising: Nigeria shifting currency reserves from dollars to Chinese ... - Christian Science Monitor
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Africa's top oil exporter will convert as much as 10 percent of its foreign cash reserves to the Chinese yuan as China's importance as a trade partner grows. By Drew Hinshaw, Correspondent / September 6, 2011 Nigerian Central Bank Governor Lamido ...
Christian Science Monitor - Col. Qaddafi Seeks to Lead New Club: Africa
Scott Peterson's analysis of Qaddafi moving Libya's political sphere from the Middle East to Africa.
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