South Sudan Economy a Casualty of Conflict - Economists
Economists has said that the ongoing conflict in the country has impacted the economy and the only way to turn its fortunes around is to restore peace and stability and encourage investors to return.
Santino Sworo, a 28-year-old South Sudanese trader, has sold household goods at the Nyakuron market in Juba for two years.
South Sudan: Kiir Under Siege Over Civil War, Economic Flop
East African, 24 March 2018
South Sudan President Salva Kiir is a man under siege as the country's economy teeters on the brink of collapse while civil war rages. Read more »
South Sudan: Yet Another Crisis
SudaNow, 2 March 2018
New measures announced by the United States targeting South Sudanese 15 oil-related entities raises three major questions: whether such measures will help further peace through… Read more »
South Sudan: US Targets 15 Oil Entities in New Restrictions
VOA, 22 March 2018
The United States is slapping trade restrictions on 15 South Sudanese oil entities that are partially owned or run by the South Sudan government. Read more »
South Sudan: U.S. Sanctions Oil Companies to Choke Off War Funds
East African, 21 March 2018
The United States on Wednesday placed sanctions on 15 South Sudanese oil-linked operators it said were substantial sources of revenues for the government, aimed at increasing… Read more »