NIGERIA: KACHIKWU - LACK OF ACCESS TO FINANCE HAMPERING CONSTRUCTION OF 33 PRIVATE REFINERIES

[This Day] The difficulties faced by private investors in accessing finance to complete detailed engineering analysis and commence construction work after obtaining the approval to construct (ATC) is the major challenge that hampers the execution of majority of the 33 private refineries licenced by the federal government, THISDAY has learnt.

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