ADDIS ABABA, Sep 27 (Reuters) - South Sudan said on Thursday
oil production would resume by the end of the year, after Juba
and Khartoum signed a deal to secure their shared border which
allowed for the resumption of the South's oil exports through
its northern neighbour.
"We have already started the preparations ... I believe by
the end of the year, the oil will flow," chief negotiator Pagan
Amum said in Addis Ababa where the countries' two leaders had
just signed the deal.
(Reporting by Ulf Laessing; Writing by Yara Bayoumy; Editing by