14 March 2018

Sudan: Al-Bashir Reviews Australian Offer to Invest 11 Billion Dollars in Sudan, Including 7 Billion As Deposit.

Khartoum — The President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omar Al-Bashir, reviewed, Wednesday, the offer by the Australian State for investment in the country of $ 11 billion.

The Minister of Minerals, Professor Hashem Ali Salem said in a press statement after his meeting with the President of the Republic, at the Republican Palace, that 4 billion of the amount allocated for investment in the field of mining and 7 billion dollars as a deposit, pointing out that Australian investors will be contacted to start the procedures of the investments.

Salem said the security stability in the country has attracted the foreign investors to invest in the country.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Minerals announced the hosting of the Khartoum International Exhibition for Mining from 26 to 28 March, with the participation of 20 countries, including America, Canada, Britain, Australia, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

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