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South Sudan economy in fragile state

South Sudan's civil war is putting further pressure on an already beleaguered economy, as oil reserves dwindle, war rages and famine looms.

South Sudan, which recently celebrated three years as an independent country, is oil rich and fertile.

Yet its economy teeters on the edge of an abyss due to falling oil production, lack of investment, corruption and civil war.

As oil reserves dwindle, could agriculture come to the beleaguered country's rescue?

BBC South Sudan analyst James Copnall reports.