Oil minister looks to tax breaks to rescue floundering sector
No country on the Gulf of Guinea has been worse affected by the oil industry's pandemic-prompted crisis than Equatorial Guinea. Time at last for a rescue plan?
The American government's support of Teodoro Obiang Nguema's regime, in power since 1979, is being to waver. Malabo's handling of ExxonMobil and other American firms' interests and its desire to work more with European, Russian and Chinese firm are beginning