Namibia’s new entrants have some strange allies
Issue 216 - 23 Sep 2011
In Namibia’s highly politicised resource economy, forming joint ventures with the right local partners is critical to accessing licences – but local partners can pose reputational risks. This is illustrated by the case of recent entrants Australia’s Pancontinental Oil & Gas and Texan outfit Hydrocarb
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