The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia. More…

Yes, I would like to clarify this just so that the Court can understand what I meant. There are some places - there are some things you would not use money, for instance those towns closer to the war front, but those that are close to the market, like close to Dawa, they used money. But close to the war front towards Daru, from the area where the government was they don't use money in those areas. They exchange things. If you went to the war front and got things you would come and exchange it with the next person. If a person went to Dawa he will sell it and obtain money and he would come and buy something, sometimes from the Liberian end. That is what happened. That is why I said when we arrived there I will clarify it, just so you would understand what I meant.

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