Sudan now third biggest African oil producer

Ford, Neil
November 2004
African Business;Nov2004, Issue 303, p32
Looks at the oil industry of Sudan as of November 2004. Oil production of the country; Main restriction on oil exports; Increase in Sudanese gross domestic product.


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