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Wirtschaft
09/21/2012

Der Sudan, das Gold und die Raffinerie

Mit der Unabhängigkeit des Südsudans hat das Land drei Viertel seiner Ölproduktion verloren. Nun setzt das Land auf seine Goldvorkommen.

REUTERSAn employee holds gold samples at the Ariab mine in this September 28, 2011 file photo. Tens of thousands of Sudanese has been lured by a gold rush in remote northeast of the vast country, where experts say large amounts of valuable minerals may li

REUTERSWomen set up their shops at the Konyo Konyo market in Juba, May 12, 2012. South Sudans citizens who paid in blood for their independence in a long liberation war are being told freedom carries its own price - in hardship. An oil shutdown from Janua

REUTERSSudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir (L) tours the new Sudan Gold Refinery in Khartoum September 19, 2012. The refinery is considered to be the biggest in Africa. Gold mining in Sudan went on a high gear after South Sudan gained independence st

REUTERSWorkers process gold during Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashirs (unseen) inauguration of the new Sudan Gold Refinery in Khartoum September 19, 2012. The refinery is considered to be the biggest in Africa. Gold mining in Sudan went on a high g

REUTERSREFILE - CORRECTING THIRD SENTENCEHeavy machinery is pictured in a quarry at the Ariab mine September 28, 2011. The Ariab mine in east Sudans Red Sea state, the countrys largest single gold mining operation, is run by a partnership between Sudans g

REUTERSWorkers process gold during Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashirs (unseen) inauguration of the new Sudan Gold Refinery in Khartoum September 19, 2012. The refinery is considered to be the biggest in Africa. Gold mining in Sudan went on a high g

EPAepa03402866 Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir (L) looks on during the inauguration of new gold refinery in Khartoum, Sudan, 19 September 2012. According to media reports, al-Bashir inaugurated on 19 September the first gold refinery in the country, as

REUTERSWorkers wait for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir to inaugurate the new Sudan Gold Refinery in Khartoum September 19, 2012. The refinery is considered to be the biggest in Africa. Gold mining in Sudan went on a high gear after South Sudan g

REUTERSWorkers show gold during Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashirs (unseen) inauguration of the new Sudan Gold Refinery in Khartoum September 19, 2012. The refinery is considered to be the biggest in Africa. Gold mining in Sudan went on a high gear

REUTERSWorkers show gold processing during Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashirs (unseen) inauguration of the new Sudan Gold Refinery in Khartoum September 19, 2012. The refinery is considered to be the biggest in Africa. Gold mining in Sudan went on

REUTERSOil engineers work on the main oil pipeline before a ceremony in which oil operations at Heglig oilfield will resume in Heglig May 2, 2012. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (Sudan - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)

REUTERSSmoke rises after a blast in a quarry at the Ariab mine in this September 28, 2011 file photo. Tens of thousands of Sudanese has been lured by a gold rush in the remote northeast of the vast country, where experts say large amounts of valuable mine

dapdA man holds South Sudanese flags as he prepares to dance at the countrys anniversary celebrations, at the John Garang mausoleum in Juba, South Sudan, Monday, July 9, 2012. The worlds newest nation, South Sudan, is celebrating its first birthday and wh

REUTERSSudanese demonstrators protest in Khartoum after Friday prayers September 14, 2012. Sudanese demonstrators broke into the U.S. and German embassy compounds in Khartoum and raised Islamic flags on Friday in state-backed protests against a film that

dapdIn this May 30, 2012 photo provided by UNAMID, a member of the rebel movement Sudan Liberation Army posted in Forog, North Darfur, Sudan, wears several "hijabs& for for protection against the enemy. (Foto:Albert Gonzalez Farran, UNAMID/AP/dapd)

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EPAepa03074121 Protesters join a rally in Juba, South Sudan, supporting the decision to stop exporting oil through northern Sudan, 23 Janury 2012. South Sudan said on 20 January 2012 it will shut down its oil production over the coming two weeks, as tensi

REUTERSSudanese engineers check the damage to an oil tank at a largely damaged oilfield in Heglig April 23, 2012. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir vowed on Monday not to negotiate with South Sudan after it occupied the oil-producing Heglig region. Weeks

REUTERSSudanese engineers check the damage to an oil pipeline in a largely damaged oilfield in Heglig April 23, 2012. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir vowed on Monday not to negotiate with South Sudan after it occupied the oil-producing Heglig region. We

REUTERSA cow covered in oil walks at an oil still at a ruptured oil well in South Sudans Unity State, March 3, 2012. South Sudan accused Khartoum of bombing two oil wells in the north of the new nation and moving troops and weaponry close to an army base

EPAepa03357951 A general view of floods following rain that has destroyed 35 000 homes in the state of Kassala, east of the capital Khartoum, Sudan, 11 August 2012. The United Nations report that thousands of people have lost their homes and access to dri

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