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Oil Revenues in Angola. Much More Information But Not Enough Transparency

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Significant gaps in the data published by the Angolan government about its earnings from the oil industry undermine its attempts to shed a reputation for corruption, says this new study by Global Witness and the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa – Angola (OSISA-Angola).

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Mario Wiedemann Twitter: mariosorg

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