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Vol 5 (AAC) No 7

Published 1st May 2012


Eight billion dollars, a mike and no peace

Border clashes between Sudan and South Sudan brought an early close to Salva Kiir Mayardit’s trip to China, originally due to end on 28 April. After a session with President Hu Jintao on 24 April, in which Salva Kiir said that the North had ‘declared war on South Sudan’, the two leaders signed an economic agreement that included a loan from China Export-Import Bank.

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