A creditor of both N'Djamena and Brazzaville, the oil trading giant is facing two very different situations. In Chad, which is seeking debt relief under the terms of the G20's "common framework", Glencore will have to accept the terms negotiated by the country's sovereign creditors. In Congo, however, debt relief is dicussed behind closed doors. [...] (675 words)
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