BushAdministration Criticizes Capital Markets Provisions Of Sudan Peace Act
TheUS State Department spoke out strongly on 8 August against the Sudan Peace Act(SPA), arguing that capital markets restrictions on oil companies operating inSudan would run counter to US support for open markets. We believethat prohibiting access to capital markets in the US would run counter toglobal, US support for open markets, said State Department spokesman RichardBoucher....
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