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Vol 41 No 14

Published 7th July 2000


Under fire

Work is scheduled to start late this year on the controversial US$3.7 billion Chad-Cameroon pipeline following the World Bank's June decision to lend the project $193 million. Chad's Doba Basin could be producing oil by 2004; the pipeline will take the oil 1,100 kilometres to the Atlantic, at Kribi port in Cameroon, whose government would also profit.

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