Sudan And S Sudan Agree To Resume Oil Flow

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Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to resume the flow of southern oil exports through pipelines in Sudan within two weeks, more than a year after Juba shut down its entire output.

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Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to resume the flow of southern oil exports through pipelines in Sudan within two weeks, more than a year after Juba shut down its entire output.
 
An African Union mediator announced the deal on Tuesday, which rekindles trade between the two countries after South Sudan shut down its 350,000 barrel-per-day output in January last year in a dispute with Khartom over fees.
 
 
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