LAGOS (Reuters) - A week of protests over fuel prices has put Nigeria's government under more pressure than ever to make good on long-unfulfilled promises to reform its notoriously inefficient and corrupt energy sector, and this time it will be harder not to act. The powerful oligarchs in charge of the oil industry, Africa's largest, have been attacked in the media and pilloried at rallies after ...
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Added January 18, 2012
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