Tanzania Seals Mega Gas Deal With Uganda - But Who's Funding It?
In what will be the first transborder gas pipeline in East Africa since Tanzania's extraction of natural gas started in 2004, the two countries have signed an agreement for the construction of a natural gas pipeline. It's not clear who's funding the multimillion dollar deal.
Tanzania President John Magufuli and Uganda President Yoweri Museveni (file photo).
The Exchange, 22 August 2018
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East African, 4 August 2018
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