Weekly Media Economic Digest 26th February - 3rd March 2016

published 02 Mar 2016

Traders in Yei state decry shortage of coins; Juba City Council Regulates Water Prices in Town; Pound weakens against dollar; Water shortage hits Juba; 20+ water trucks fined 500 pounds for raising prices; S. Sudan’s Yei traders petition government over foreigners’ control of trade; Jonglei woos investors to support agricultural sector; Sudanese traders lost "everything" after Pibor clashes; Juba citizens speak out about water shortage; Yei Traders and Stakeholders Hold General Assembly Meeting; Juba City Mayor Urge Hotel Owners to Employ South Sudanese; Fuel Depot Opened In Bor; Women in Elegu Trained On Soap Making By a Local Church; S. Sudanese in diaspora embrace coping mechanisms to economic turbulence; South Sudan becomes EAC’s sixth member state; S Sudan think-tank warns of economic collapse over money printing, high govt spending; South Sudan Economic Crisis Easing on Sudan Ties, Minister Says; South Sudan nears the brink; No lights at S Sudan parliament due to fuel shortage; Former state MPs seeking millions in post-service benefits; Renk official says county secure but economy bad; Gov’t asked to enlighten public on EAC membership; Parliament probes irregularities in $60m auction.

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