South Sudan Ready to Welcome Investors In Black Gold

After years of conflict-induced shutdown, the country expects a windfall from resumed oil production to spur economic growth, as it opens its territory to new investors to explore more hydrocarbon deposits.

  • South Sudan:   Oil Production to Boost Economy

    Monitor, 19 November 2018

    After years of conflict-induced shutdown, South Sudan expects a windfall from resumed oil production to spur economic growth as it opens territory to new investors to explore more… Read more »

South Sudanese citizens show support for their government’s decision to shut down all national oil production, effectively cutting off the flow of crude oil from South Sudan to Sudan.

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