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the official currency of nigeria, which replaced the pound in 1973; the principal denomination of the currency, equal to 100 kobo.

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  • for now, though, the customization is generally limited to quizzes, which naira aslanian, project manager of kline’s consumer products group in new york city, says can help identify the profile and preferences of a consumer. “hairstory and madison reed [are] brands that have been successful presenting a defined list of products that encourage site visitors to take quizzes before purchasing or browsing products to ensure they receive the right product for their individual hair needs,” says aslanian. everydayhealth.com

  • despite its growth, the economy of benin still remains underdeveloped and dependent on subsistence agriculture, cotton production, and regional trade. inflation has subsided over the past several years. growth in real output averaged a sound 5% from 1996 to 2003, but a rapid population rise offset much of this growth on a per capita basis. real economic growth for 2004 was estimated at 5%. commercial and transport activities, which make up a large part of gdp, are vulnerable to developments in nigeria, including fuel shortages. recent heightened enforcement of nigerian customs regulations, an unfavorable exchange rate with the naira and difficulties at cotonou's port have contributed to the economic downturn. factmonster.com

  • despite its growth, the economy of benin still remains underdeveloped and dependent on subsistence agriculture, cotton production, and regional trade. inflation has subsided over the past several years. growth in real output averaged a sound 5% from 1996 to 2003, but a rapid population rise offset much of this growth on a per capita basis. real economic growth for 2004 was estimated at 5%. commercial and transport activities, which make up a large part of gdp, are vulnerable to developments in nigeria, including fuel shortages. recent heightened enforcement of nigerian customs regulations, an unfavorable exchange rate with the naira and difficulties at cotonou's port have contributed to the economic downturn. infoplease.com