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The executive arm of the federal government has taken the view that subsidy removal is an important element in the larger scheme to accelerate Nigeria’s economic development. This report reviews the abundant literature related to the subject of subsidies in general and fuel subsidies in particular. It aims to improve public understanding of this complex subject at a time of intense and often times emotional debate as to the social and
[i] Centre for Public Policy Alternatives. (2011). Nigeria: Fuel subsidy.
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