With the United States, France and the United Kingdom all vying to become the partner of choice of the new regime in Sudan, the American development agency USAID, which was to select and finance an advisory bank to assist Sudan in restructuring its debt, has fluffed its lines and the tender call currently remains in limbo. To date, the only debt support the country is receiving is from a law firm, whose fees are being covered by the African Development Bank. [...] (424 words)
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