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Drowning in oil?

Author: Joan SalvatMuntsa TarrésLluis JeneEnric MiroMeritxell Ribas.All authors
Publisher: New York : Filmakers Library, 2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 1995 U.S. oil companies arrived in Equatorial Guinea in West Africa and found oil. Until then cocoa crops was the only economic activity. Although oil revenues bring in millions of dollars, there has been no improvement to the development of the country. Where is the money going? Besides financial corruption, the government suppresses leaders of the political opposition.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Salvat; Muntsa Tarrés; Lluis Jene; Enric Miro; Meritxell Ribas.; Televisió de Catalunya.; Filmakers Library, inc.
OCLC Number: 67778745
Language Note: English and Spanish dialogue with English subtitles.
Notes: Title from container. Disc is mislabeled Equatorial Guinea: drawing oil.
"A film by Lluis Jené and Enric Miró."
Credits: Muntatge, Maria Josep Tubella ; realitzacio, Ricard Belis ; edició, Ferran Pratt, Maria Josep Tubella ; imatge, Agusti Poch.
Description: 1 videodisc (32 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R.
Other Titles: Equatorial Guinea :
Responsibility: produced by Meritxell Ribas ; TVC ; directed by Joan Salvat ; produced by Munsta Tarrés.

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In 1995 U.S. oil companies arrived in Equatorial Guinea in West Africa and found oil. Until then cocoa crops was the only economic activity. Although oil revenues bring in millions of dollars, there has been no improvement to the development of the country. Where is the money going? Besides financial corruption, the government suppresses leaders of the political opposition.

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