Jordan agriculture minister discusses investment in Sudan

MENA | 13 August 2014

Jordanian Agriculture Minister Akef Zu’bu discussed on Tuesday with Jordan’s Ambassador to Sudan Ayed Dararjh prospects of investing 168,000 dunums allocated by the Sudanese government for Jordan. A technical team would be sent to Sudan to prepare a feasibility study, which would help encourage the private sector to invest there, the Jordanian Agriculture Ministry said in a statement. It added that the implementation will start soon, after the Joint Jordanian-Sudanese Agricultural Committee has given the Jordanian government the green light to invest in these lands – See more at: http://www.farmlandgrab.org/post/view/23825#sthash.XCFnP6Xs.dpuf

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