LONDON (Kyodo) Campaigners called on Japan on Thursday to press Sudan for greater openness on oil revenues amid suspicions the south of the country is not receiving its fair share of the proceeds.

Global Witness wants Japan, which is one of Sudan’s main buyers of oil, to urge the Sudanese government to open up its oil production and sales figures to an independent third party who can audit the information properly.

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