Watching Government - Transparency test

The world is watching Equatorial Guinea. Human rights groups see the tiny West African nation, like many other oil-producing countries in the region, as a test case for whether international financiers, oil companies, and civil society can work together to channel petrodollars away from corrupt institutions and toward sustainable development.If there ever was a time for Equatorial Guinea to fully embrace international transparency initiatives, it's now. Recent publicity over a failed coup in March still keeps corporate antagonists awake at night; across the internet and in print there are conspiracy theories about what role "Big Oil" might have played in the debacle. More recently, a ...

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