Good examples of especially culpable commercial presence in northern Sudan include Germany's Siemens AG (listed on the New York Stock Exchange), presently building outside Khartoum the world's largest diesel-powered electrical generating plan; Switzerland's ABB Ltd (also listed on the New York Stock Exchange), now engaged in a huge project to upgrade the electrical grid for Khartoum and the surrounding urban areas, as well as in automation work for the major oil production consortium in Sudan, the Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company; France's Alcatel, a telecommunications giant, is yet another company that both lists on the New York Stock Exchange and offers commercial telecommunications support that benefits Khartoum, and the immediate environs of Khartoum; nothing benefits the rest of Africa's largest country.
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