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Sudan: Sudan Manages to Indigenize Oil Industry Thanks to Cooperation With China: Minister

interview Khartoum — The Sudanese Minister of Petroleum and Gas, Mohamed Zayed Awad, said that Sudan managed to indigenize the oil industry due to the mutually beneficial cooperation with China. Both countries developed a working model which can be followed during their 20 years of cooperation in the oil industry based on mutual respect and […]

Sudan: Connecting African Civilizations in Sudan

analysis By Nurye Yassin The road to success in the realm of foreign relations depends on a country’s sober assessment of the methods, including the use of soft power and hard power, used to pursue its national interests. In the 21st century, soft power, which is the ability to shape what others want and project […]

Egypt: Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan Reach Preliminary Agreement On Dam Operations – Mena

Cairo — Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan reached a preliminary draft agreement governing the Renaissance dam operations, state-run news agency MENA reported Friday. The draft includes principles governing cooperation among the three countries to benefit from the eastern Nile water and the dam, as well as overcoming lingering issues that affect Egypt and Sudan. Related Topics […]

South Sudan: Govt Generated U.S$3.3 Billion From Oil Exports, Says Official

Juba — South Sudan received $ 3.376 billion as revenue from oil exports in 2014, petroleum minister Stephen Dhieu Dau disclosed on Thursday. He said $ 884 million of the money made was paid to Sudan, $ 781 million repaid loans and $ 1.711 billion (or $ 1,711 million) was retained as net amount. “Indeed, […]

South Sudan: Chinese Economic Engagement Continues Amid Conflict

analysis By Zhou Hang China’s economic engagement with South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, is growing rapidly since the latter’s independence in 2011. According to the Chinese and South Sudanese official statistics, around 100 to 140 Chinese enterprises currently operate in South Sudan. Since 2008, they have concluded agreements worth about 10 billion USD with […]

South Sudan: Govt Rejects Call for Oil Contract Suspension

Juba — The South Sudanese government says it would not relent to recent demands for suspension of all new oil contracts, arguing that such a decision was not in the country’s best interest. “We cannot agree that a moratorium on petroleum contracting is at this time in the best interests of the citizens of the […]

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