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Nigeria Imported Phones Worth $2.35b in 3 Years, According to Report

The report also showed that China ($1.71 billion during the time under review) supplied the majority of the phone sets entering the nation.

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According to a survey from the International Trade Centre (ITC), Nigeria imported phones for $2.35 billion during a three-year period.

Data from the Center shows that Nigeria spent $807.95 million on the importation of phone sets in 2019, $765.57 million in 2020, and $772.25 million in 2021.

ITC stated that among the imported telephone sets were cellphones, teleprinters, facsimile machines for line telephony, and other items.

The report also showed that China ($1.71 billion during the time under review) supplied the majority of the phone sets entering the nation.

The country also imports goods from other countries like Mexico, Hong Kong, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United States, Hong Kong, and others.

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