Weekly Media Economic Digest 4th - 10th March 2016

published 03 Mar 2016

MPS alarmed at rising market prices; Fake Money Seized In Gogrial; NBS: Statistics worrying; Bus fares rise in Juba amid rise in fuel price; East Africa: South Sudan to Boost EAC Market; Public transport crippled, citizens stranded; South Sudan parliament investigate central bank auctions; East Africa businesses post mixed results, blame forex losses, devaluation; CfC bets on Juba stability to reverse profit fall; Kenya: Local Traders Eye Big Gains as S. Sudan Joins Regional Bloc; Business Community in Rumbek holds a meeting with Governor; Economic tides pinch small businesses in Juba; South Sudan: Beyond the dangers of today to the hopes of tomorrow; S Sudan economics professor criticizes joining East African Community; ‘Economy is worsening’; Can gum Arabic generate revenues?; JMEC chairman says South Sudan needs economic solutions “from within”; South Sudan oil production pollution threatens thousands: monitors; Juba now allowed to play barefoot in the big league; Editorial: South Sudan, e-Passport significant progress for EAC; South Sudan EAC bid was rushed- CEPO; S. Sudan preparing to resume oil production in Unity state; Over SSP 210,000 raised for Jonglei state road project; S. Sudan’s wildlife and natural resources under threat: report; Cabinet Conclude Inter-Ministerial Dialogue on Economic Challenges; Tonj State Government Sends 10 Sacks of Sorghum for Warrap Inmates; SPLM-IO worsens economic crisis; Bridges to be reconstructed.

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