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Article
7 September 2004
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Auteur: Oliver Balch, Guardian [UK]

The decision by the restored president, Fradique de Menezes, to publicly disclose all transactions resulting from oil activities in Sao Tome and Principe's territorial waters has therefore been warmly welcomed by international lenders and development...

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Article
28 July 2004
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Auteur: Abraham McLaughlin, Christian Science Monitor

...this month, the nation of Chad embarked in earnest on a groundbreaking - some say foolhardy - effort, policed by the World Bank, to ensure that the benefits of the country's new oil wealth reach its 9 million people...Last year, oil giant Esso (a...

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Article
1 May 2004
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Auteur: Katharine Ainger, New Internationalist

Private interests from warlords to unscrupulous corporations to arms dealers and organized crime have helped to fuel African conflicts over the past decade as they vie for control over valuable resources.

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Article
18 July 2003
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Auteur: Reuters

The ousted president of Sao Tome and Principe said coup plotters who overthrew him this week were hungry for the island's oil, and he called on the international community to restore democracy without bloodshed.

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Article
24 June 2003
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Auteur: Hector Igbikiowubo, Vanguard [Nigeria]

Nigeria and Sao Tome Joint Development Authority has said it will make public the results of an expected $200 million tender for joint offshore oil acreage amid calls for greater transparency in the mineral-rich region.

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Article
24 June 2003

Les multinationales sommées de rendre publics leurs versements dans les pays émergents [archives payantes, ou accessibles gratuitement aux abonnés]

Auteur: Laure Belot, Le Monde

"Publiez ce que vous payez." Depuis maintenant deux ans, plus de 110 organisations non-gouvernementales (ONG) - dont Amnesty International, Care, Oxfam, Transparency... - interpellent, sous ce slogan, les multinationales pour qu'elles rendent publiques...

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  • Entreprises concernées: BP
Article
18 June 2003
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Auteur: Carola Hoyos, Financial Times

Nigeria and São Tomé pledged on Wednesday to publish the financial results of their next licensing round for a $270m (£160m) oilfield. The decision is a breakthrough for the UK-led campaign to reduce corruption in oil and mineral-rich developing...

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Histoire
18 June 2003
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