LAGOS, April 12 Nigeria plans to raise 167.51 billion naira ($843.67 million) in treasury bills with maturities ranging between 3-month and 1-year on April 20, the central bank said on Tuesday.
The bank aims to raise 36.78 billion naira in the 3-month paper, 35 billion naira in the 6-month note and 95.73 billion naira in the 1-year debt, using the Dutch auction system.
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