Weekly Media Economic Digest 27th May - 1st Jun 2016

published 26 May 2016

Sudan to Resume Oil Production; Weak South Sudanese Pound threatens trade with Sudan; Expedite formation of national revenue authority; Co-op Bank to replicate South Sudan model in new EAC markets; Jonglei citizens decry rising prices in Bor market; South Sudan Seeks Russian Investment in Energy, Mineral Sectors - Envoy; South Sudanese Women Learn New Skills to Become Self-Sufficient; Removal of non-tariff barriers boost East African trade; East Africa: EAC Reduces Annual Fiscal Budget; Macroeconomic policies’ change needed to curb economic crisis- IMF; South Sudan to repair damaged oil facilities; Blood ivory seized at Juba International Airport; Minister: South Sudan lacks resettlement and repatriation plan; Boma state yet to receive president Kiir’s tractors; South Sudan: Army Major arrested allegedly smuggling ivory; ‘It's like Florence Nightingale’s time’: South Sudan’s public services collapse.

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