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"As you have a specter of war hanging over South Sudan, it dissuades a lot of conservative investment and people who would bring in the kind of Western business sense that we would like to see in there," Mr. Hudson said.
Cameron Hudson, a former State Department and White House official who worked on Sudan policy, said South Sudan's government appears intent on backing the rebels to destabilize the north.