The U.S. Export-Import Bank disregarded warnings about the worsening security situation in Mozambique and went ahead with a risky $4.7 billion loan for a gas pipeline last year that is now in serious trouble.
The bank became the largest creditor on the $15 billion pipeline project as part of an effort to displace Chinese and Russian investors who also sought a stake in the deal.
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