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Checkpoint 'taxes' make South Sudan one of the most expensive places to move goods

By Peer Schouten, Senior researcher, Danish Institute for International Studies
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When South Sudan became independent 10 years ago, oil revenues were supposed to fuel the economy of the world’s newest country. But shortly after, civil war resumed, oil prices plummeted, and the South Sudanese pound lost…The Conversation

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