Saudi investments in Sudan poised to exceed SR48.7bn

Arab News | 26 August 2014
 Saudi investments in the Sudan are expected to cross $13 billion (SR48.75 billion) in the next few months, particularly following a decision on canceling entry visas for Saudi investors, local media said quoting a senior official at the Sudanese Higher Council of Investment (HCI).  Khartoum Region will capture 30 percent of Saudi investments, which are primarily focused on agricultural, animal, food, and mining products, HCI Secretary General Ahmed Shawur told Alsharq Al-Awsat daily.  – See more at:

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