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Nigeria- Army s Return

January 7, 1984 lore because it entails limited responsibility for carriage and delivery of goods. But in the process control over the fixing of vessels is lost to he foreign parties involved. Also, foreign lines, faced with acute lack of cargo, offer relatively cheaper rates hereby undercutting Indian shipowners. Public sector units have been instructed by the government to do their utmost to buy fob and sell cif in their foreign trade deals. But this instruction has been far from fully complied with.

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