Business Opportunities in Sudan & South Sudan Explored in Discounted BMI Study Now Available at

05 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The economies of both Sudan and South Sudan are facing significant challenges. Even with some advance in agreeing on oil transit charges, there are bags of unresolved disputes left between the two states. Besides, political risk remains heightened, with a high likelihood of ongoing confrontations both across national borders and within them.

Sudan’s real GDP is poised for negative 5.3% and 2.1% growth rates in 2012 and 2013, respectively, due to ongoing government austerity, high inflation and low export. Moreover, along of the sharp decline in oil export revenues, the country’s current account deficit is projected to be estimated at 12.1% of GDP in 2012, dropping to 11.3% in 2013.

Discounted research study “Sudan and South Sudan Business Forecast Report Q1 2013” worked out by Business Monitor International (BMI) offers a comprehensive outlook for the Sudanese and South Sudanese economies. For both nations, the report provides a political and economic overview and a detailed SWOT analysis, an elaborate macroeconomic review and overall business environment coverage. Furthermore, professional 10-year macroeconomic forecasts highlighting future business development and opportunities in these African countries are in the focus of the study as well.

Report Details:

Sudan and South Sudan Business Forecast Report Q1 2013
Published: January, 2013
Pages: 31
Price: US$ 1.160,00 US$ 985,00

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More discounted and new research studies by the publisher can be found at BMI page.


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