Weekly Media Economic Digest 28th January - 4th February 2016

published 03 Feb 2016

Inflation hindering public transport; Unstable pounds drives foreign business people out; Governor meets traders to discuss commodity prices; Prices of Commodities Continue To Rise in Yambio; Prices rise in Kurmuk market; Soaring Food Prices and Increased Fares Affecting Residents of Nimule; Terkeka State Governor urges investors to invest in South Sudan; New Newspaper launches in Juba; Parliament hires experts to investigate telephone charges increase; S. Sudan in $2 Million deal with Kenyan Bank; In life at end of controlled currency regime, firms join SSBL in bleeding; President directs Finance Minister to continue paying SPLA-IO advance team accommodation; Oil Revenues: South Sudan had a bad deal with Sudan; Sudan oil minister heads to Juba for talks over oil transit fees; Khartoum calls on Juba to resume talks on implementation of cooperation agreements; South Sudan strikes new deal with Sudan on oil transit charges; Sudan to import South Sudanese crude oil; China Exim Bank to fund Juba-Torit Highway; Aweil Receive 15 Tractors from Juba.

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