Weekly Media Economic Digest 29th April - 5th May 2016

published 05 May 2016

South Sudan: Juba Government to Revive Economy in the Face of Weak Currency, Low Oil Prices; People are saving less and consuming more; $300m paid for imports annually, Minister; Why Kenyan traders can’t ignore South Sudan; Port management dispute closes Mingkaman-Bor transport; Reconstruction, economic recovery should be top priority in South Sudan: AU; S Sudan’s finance minister pledges economic reforms; South Sudan’s Broken Oil Industry Increasingly Becoming a Hazard; South Sudan's new oil minister says keen to solve economic crisis; Opinions vary on South Sudan joining East African Community; Will South Sudan Accept Kenya’s Pitch to Partner in Oil Pipeline Deal?; E. Africa bloc hails peace efforts in South Sudan; S. Sudan ex-minister calls for global mediation over oil charges with Sudan; Joint committees between Khartoum, Juba to review oil transit fees; EU: End mismanagement, corruption to address country’s economic crisis; Yei town government calls for direct funding from national budget; Sudanese Farmers to Invest In Agriculture in Aweil State; Invest In National Partners for Better Aid Delivery in South Sudan: Agencies.

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