Oil Plunge Casts Doubt on South Sudan Plan to End Civil War

  • Fiscal crisis seen complicating rebel, government power-share
  • African nation suffering from hyperinflation, forex shortage

South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar returned to the capital of the world’s newest nation to rejoin the government and end a two-year civil war. An economic crisis caused by the conflict and a plunge in oil prices could derail everything.

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