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12 de Agosto de 2009

El desarrollo de África se ve entorpecido por los grandes intereses de las compañías estadounidenses en la tierra y los recursos del continente


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Mientras la secretaria de Estado Hillary Clinton visita Nigeria, tratamos el tema de los intereses empresariales estadounidenses en los recursos naturales de África. La gira de Clinton por siete países africanos incluye tanto a Nigeria como a Angola, los mayores productores de petróleo del continente. Hablamos con Amy Barry, de Global Witness, un grupo de monitoreo contra la corrupción especializado en recursos naturales.

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