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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Government leaders and investors are gathering in Washington DC on Wednesday for a two-day conference to discuss development and investment priorities in South Sudan, the latest in a succession of international trade conferences as the world's newest country seeks to open itself up to foreign investments.
Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, World Bank president Robert Zoellick, Mo Ibrahim, and the president of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, are among those expected to speak at the gathering. The event will also be attended by officials from the UK, Norway, Turkey, the EU, the UN, the African Union, the International Finance Corporation, the Corporate Council on Africa, and dozens of government officials.
President Kiir is due to …