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South Sudan should stop selling expensive and opaque oil advances, the International Monetary Fund said, as loan resettlements were hindering spending vital for the implementation of a peace deal. President Salva Kiir and his former deputy Riek Machar signed an accord in September, halting fighting that had uprooted more than a third of the country's 12 million people.The IMF said spending in the remaining part of the 2018/19 fiscal year will be constrained by large repayments of oil revenue advances.
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