* Election spending boosts demand for new vehicles * Imports could return to 2008 levels By Chijioke Ohuocha LAGOS, March 31 (Reuters) - Election spending in Nigeria boosted demand for new vehicles in January and February, with car imports rising for the first time in 18 months as political parties splashed out on vehicles for their campaign tours. Port figures showed new vehicle imports rose to 7,956 units in January and February combined, up 58 percent on the same period of last ...
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