Nigeria: Fuel subsidy removal proves a mixed bag

  • Petrol consumption in Nigeria fell by 28% after the authorities scrapped the fuel subsidy

  • Nigeria's currency devaluation lowered petrol prices in US dollars – realignment needed with global prices

  • Fuel subsidy removal: Positive for investors, negative for the poor, fiscal savings of US$2.6bn
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