How the Gasoline Traffickers Work

The smuggling of Nigerian oil products to neighboring countries is continuing to rise, to the despair of service station operators. The economies of Cameroon, Benin and Niger function largely on cheap and illicit gasoline. And the traffic deprives the governments [...] (650 words)
Issue dated 24/11/2010 Reading time 3 minutes
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