Following the end of three decades of rule by Omar al-Bashir, 2019 is shaping up to be a year of turbulence for Sudan. Oil output, which last decade had promised riches, has gone into reverse – and not only due to the 2011 succession of South Sudan.
|Avg. Growth 2016-18||-2||%|
|Current Acct Balance||-14||%|
8 Feb, 2019
Mees runs the rule over claims by Sudan and South Sudan to have substantially hiked oil output. Khartoum is providing security to Southern fields.
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