Conference on the Growing Importance of African Oil
Conference on the Growing Importance of African OilBennett Freeman U.S. Department of State and the National Intelligence Council | March 17, 2003
Discusses the merits of why revenue transparency is important for both a given country and the United States government with special attention given to Equatorial Guinea as an example.
Bennett Freeman, untitled contribution to panel discussion "Conference on the Growing Importance of African Oil," Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, March 17, 2003, transcript at http://pwypdev.gn.apc.org/sites/pwypdev.gn.apc.org/files/bfreeman_170303.pdf (accessed July 8, 2010).
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