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The world's biggest logistics company maintains its largest African hub facilities in Lagos. Kerwin Datu takes a tour and learns how logistics operators and local authorities are learning to keep goods moving and make the industry more sustainable in the face of increasing congestion in wealthy and poor cities alike.

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