LAGOS, June 26 (Reuters) - Nigeria said on Wednesday it had cut charges at its southeastern ports by between 20 and 80 percent to relieve pressure on the traffic-choked Lagos main seaports. The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said the temporaray measure was an incentive to shippers and importers to divert cargoes from the Lagos ports of Apapa and Tin Can Island to the outer ports in Calabar, Port Harcourt and Warri. The measure is also designed to assist importers meet the extended ...
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