Juba Looks To Develop Oil Sector As Khartoum Revokes Oil Threat
The government of South Sudan is keen to attract investment from abroad to help develop its still nascent oil sector and build the infrastructure that is so badly needed in the land-locked south. This comes as its former civil war foe Sudan had given assurances that is has no intention of following through on earlier threats to shut down the cross-border pipeline carrying Southern oil to...
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