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Economic

The Agricultural Commodity Exchange and its impact on the Sudanese economy
Economic

The Agricultural Commodity Exchange and its impact on the Sudanese economy

MAHMOUD FAROUK Mahmoudfarouk.kse@gmail.com Business Administration Specialist & supervision of financial marketsand Marketing with a demonstrated history of working in the financialservices industry.   Sudan, with its huge potential in resources, has been suffering from difficulty in transferring and benefiting from these huge and diverse natural resources in order to be reflected in the economic indicators such as (GDP, inflation rate, unemployment rate, balance of payments), where we find that most of the visitors to Sudan wonder and bemoan the lack of benefit from these resources. The causes of this suffering are many. A simple observer of this vast country can summarize the reasons are political, the lack of a unified vision for all Sudanese, and of course mismanag...
FAO and WFP Joint News Release WORSENING FOOD CRISIS LOOMING IN SUDAN AMID ECONOMIC DOWNTURN, DISPLACEMENT, AND RUINED CROPS
Economic

FAO and WFP Joint News Release WORSENING FOOD CRISIS LOOMING IN SUDAN AMID ECONOMIC DOWNTURN, DISPLACEMENT, AND RUINED CROPS

Khartoum – The combined effects of conflict, economic crisis, and poor harvests are significantlyaffecting people’s access to food and will likely double the number of people facing acute hungerin Sudan to more than 18 million people by September 2022, warns the United Nations Food andAgriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP).“There are already worrying signs that access, affordability, and the availability of food isshrinking for most people in Sudan, which is pushing more people deeper into poverty andhunger,” said Eddie Rowe, WFP Representative and Country Director in Sudan.In recent months, there has been a surge in the numbers of people displaced due to conflict inparts of Darfur and the Kordofan region. This insecurity has eroded livelihoods, damaged farms,and...
Mining and mining investment industry in Sudan
Business, Economic

Mining and mining investment industry in Sudan

Mohammed Bedr Eldin Yahia Babiker Business Development & Project Management E - Mail: mhd45932@gmail.com   Mineral resources in most countries of the world, especially developing countries, are the nourishing arteries of most basic and remittance industries and these industries play a major role in reducing import costs, providing hard currency and achieving value added. It has a major role to play in localizing jobs, creating new jobs for its citizens, and transferring and localizing technology in support of the national economy. Mining is one of the global economic drivers, the mining industry is responsible for moving $1 trillion annually, more than 70 countries in the world rely mainly on the mining sector, and mining accounts for 60 to 90 per cent of foreign investm...