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A woman sells baguettes while men unload charcoal arriving from the interior of the country. There are dozens of tiny harbours in Kinshasa. They are all separate concessions. In a country the size of Europe, with limited and poor roads, the rivers are transport lifelines. Kinshasa uses about 5 million cubic metres of charcoal a year.