Oil-Infrastructure Damage Cuts Output Further in South Sudan

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  • Repairs may help country boost output by July, minister says
  • Country targeting raising productino to 300,000 barrels

Oil output in South Sudan declined to as little as 120,000 barrels per day because of damage caused by a 2 1/2-year civil war to production facilities, Petroleum Minister Dak Duop Bischok said.

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