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As China’s investment in Sudan’s oil continues, China’s Foreign Ministry says four Chinese workers have been abducted in
As China and South Sudan work to rebuild the latter’s infrastructure through a $2.5 Billion grant to build new universities, China’s Africa
September 16, 2012 10:31 AM
South Sudan has struggled to build its infrastructure since gaining independence from Sudan last year after decades of civil war. The country
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