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Nigerian manufacturers unable to import raw materials after pandemic

Nigerian manufacturers are struggling to stay in business. Many of them aren't able to import the raw materials needed to make their products, because of a shortage in dollars due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Adesewa Josh tells us more. #Nigeria #Covid19 #Economy

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Germany’s retailers are fighting to get back on their feet

Coronavirus Pandemic: Economists warn of 'great depression' scenario in the US

Coronavirus Pandemic: Economists warn of 'great depression' scenario in the US

Corona Times: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Media Industry

Corona Times: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Media Industry

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Study shows half of Covid-19 patients have organ damage

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A Migrant's Journey | Bigger Than Five

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Crisis at the US-Mexico Border | Bigger Than Five

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Myanmar’s Breakdown of Trust

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Uprising in Myanmar | Bigger Than Five

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Myanmar’s Military Takeover | Bigger Than Five

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A Sahrawi voice on US foreign policy | Bigger Than Five

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Biden's Foreign Policy Reset | Bigger Than Five

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A Dose of Reality | Bigger Than Five with Ghida Fakhry

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Vaccine Nationalism | Bigger Than Five

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Reviving the Iran Deal | Bigger Than Five

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