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Song Sang-hyun

President, International Criminal Court

As eyes turn to Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo's handling of cases against Sudanese President Omer Hassan Ahmed el Beshir, Congolese warlord Jean-Pierre Bemba and the authors of ...

Seoul brothers

On 23-25 November, Seoul continued with the summitry programme it started in 2006, which gives African countries and their resources a privileged place in its hierarchy of foreign ...

The next great land sale

Seoul is trying to buy into Tanzania's farm sector shortly after Daewoo precipitated a political confrontation over the same issue in Madagascar

South Korea is desperately trying to manage the political fallout as it negotiates the acquisition of 100,000 hectares of farmland with the Tanzanian government. It is trying to ...

Abuja's Asian connections

South Korea: Nigeria is South Korea's third largest trading partner and the largest market in Africa for Korean construction companies. In January 2006, Korean companies were wor...

A target of the revolution

After the Madagascar imbroglio, South Korean and Indian companies are trying new tactics

Almost as soon as he seized power on 18 March, putchiste President Andry Rajoelina cancelled a proposed contract to lease over a million hectares of land to South Korea's Daewoo ...

Seoul's safety in numbers

On top of the Madagascar saga, South Korea's loss of oil acreage in Nigeria in February is the biggest of several setbacks for Korean companies in Africa in recent months (AAC V...

What's yours is mine and...

India's gain may prove to be South Korea's loss as local political shifts hit Nigeria's oil business

The Korean National Oil Company may take legal action in response to Nigeria's revoking last month of two lucrative concessions awarded to the company in 2005. KNOC won operating...

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