Niger, being landlocked, depends on its neighbouring countries' ports and roads for handling exports and imports. Most go by way of Cotonou in Benin and Lomé in adjacent Togo. Road transport is slow, and can take three of four days to reach a port. A study by the Economic Community of West AfricanSt


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