Angola's Awash in Oil Money, Corruption

After years of civil war, Africa's newest oil powerhouse is in the midst of an economic revival. Ninety-five percent of the country's export income comes from the oil sector, and is kept secret through the state-owned oil corporation, Sonangol. The Chinese, no friends to the global anti-graft movement, have invested billions. America is trying to catch up.

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