South Sudan was receiving close to $3 billion a year over a period of six  years during the interim period, which incidentally is the estimated cost for the alternative *pipeline*. A comprehensive air defense would cost South Sudan $500-800 million —- an investment that would have equaled $100 million every year for five-eight [5-8] years.
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