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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
(Correcting editorial references to China. The corrected version of the item follows:)
Text of report by Chadian radio on 26 January
Following 11 rounds of negotiations that took place in Ndjamena, the petroleum minister led a delegation, including the prime minister's mining, energy and petroleum adviser, the deputy secretary-general of the Petroleum Ministry, and the petroleum minister's legal adviser to Taipei where the delegation signed an oil contract with Opic Africa, subsidiary of Chinese Petroleum Corporation, on 18 January.
The contract is an innovation in the Chadian oil industry. As a …