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Vol 59 No 6

Published 23rd March 2018


South Sudan

Cash pipeline set to flow

An influx of cash is expected now that debts to Khartoum are almost clear. Arms and oilfield security will have first call on the money

Oil money will soon begin flowing into South Sudan's coffers once more as the clearance of all its arrears to Khartoum approaches. Juba is due to wipe out its final debts to Khartoum in May, after which it can end agreed shipments of crude worth about US$70 million a month, Oil Minister Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth told Africa Confidential.

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