Still No Joy for Sudanese After U.S. Economic Sanctions
The end of long-standing U.S. economic sanctions in 2017 has not produced a hoped-for economic revival as many citizens are complaining after the government's sharp devaluation of the pound, cutting its official value almost in half, as an already serious economic crisis plagues the country.
Protests Against Soaring Prices Across Sudan (file photo).
Sudanese Economists - 'Khartoum Must Stop the Wars First'
Radio Dabanga, 13 September 2018
In order to tackle the country's economic crisis, the Sudanese government should stop the wars in the country. Khartoum should create an appropriate climate for investment and… Read more »
Economists Denounce Al Bashir's 'New Emergency Plans'
Radio Dabanga, 12 September 2018
Sudanese financial experts have downplayed the effects of the reduction of government expenses as announced by President Omar Al Bashir on Monday. Read more »
Teachers Strike in Sudan's Northern State
Radio Dabanga, 9 October 2018
On Sunday, teachers of Hassan El Bayli secondary school for boys at El Dabba in Sudan's Northern State entered into an open-ended strike in protest against the delay in payment of… Read more »
New Study On 'War Economy in Darfur'
Radio Dabanga, 1 October 2018
The perpetuation of the war in Darfur and economic distress in Sudan has prompted people to seek out alternative resources outside the control of the government. A new study… Read more »
Al Bashir - Sudan Overcomes Liquidity Crisis, Corruption
Radio Dabanga, 2 October 2018
In a speech to the Parliament, President Omar Al Bashir said that Sudan has passed through a rise of prices and scarcity of liquidity, and will continue to do so in the future. Read more »
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