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Vol 41 No 16

Published 4th August 2000


Transparency test

Not much is going right in the government's efforts to relaunch licensing of prime oil exploration acreage: it had cancelled many awards made under military rule. The present round of bidding, involving 22 oil blocks, nearly collapsed in June because of local legal proceedings and controversial decisions to leave some prime blocks for separate discreet negotiation.

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