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on 2014/4/15 11:34:49

Open in new windowThe Sudanese minister of oil Makkawi Awad has welcomed Vietnam's desire to engage in oil investment field in Sudan. This came during the minister's meeting with the visiting Vietnamese delegation on the sidelines of the Joint Ministerial Meeting, which is being held in Khartoum. The minister explains, during the meeting, Sudan's oil capabilities, referring to the efforts being exerted to restore oil production of the pre- secession era, pointing out to the expertise of the Vietnamese companies.
The Vietnamese delegation, meanwhile, extended briefing on the Vietnamese companies operating in the field of oil services since 2011 and their cooperation with the Sudanese companies. The representative of the companies explained their experience in the field of marine drilling for oil extraction, praising the high technical qualification of the companies in this field.
The Head Delegation expressed his country's desire to engage into understandings with the Sudanese companies leads to partnerships in the economic and oil fields.

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on 2014/4/15 11:28:55

Open in new window Sudan and Vietnam will sign cooperation agreements on Thursday at the end of the ongoing meetings of the the joint Ministerial Committee. The meetings kicked off Monday at the Coral Hotel. The Sudanese party was chaired by the state minister at the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation Jaafar Ahmed Abdallah, whereas the Vietnamese side chaired by the Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Vu Van Tam.
Mr. Abdullah said that the meeting was the first of its kind as the joint committee was endorsed as a governmental committee last year, adding that the meeting will discuss several political, economic and service issues, explaining that the relations between the two countries started in 1969. He revealed that the meetings would last three days through sub-committees to develop a number of agreements which are to be signed later.

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on 2014/4/15 11:22:13

Open in new windowThe Director of Khartoum Stock Exchange Azhari Attayib will participate in the Annual Conference of the Arab Banks of the Arab Banks Association and its 41st meeting of the General Assembly, which is scheduled to be held Wednesday in Amman the Capital of Jordan. He pointed out, in statement to the Sudan News Agency that the conference would review the challenges facing the Arab economy including growth lag, unemployment and ways to encounter these challenges through reactivation of labour market and increase of growth rates.
It is to be mentioned that the Annual Arab Banking Conference for 2013 was held in Beirut under the title "Economic Repercussions of the Arab transformations; Reforms and the role of the Banks" .

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on 2014/4/12 11:46:09

Open in new windowThe Secretary General of the Sudanese Gum Arabic Council Abdul-Majid Abdul-Gadir revealed that the country's exports of Gum Arabic for the year 2013 have a achieved an unprecedented record since the independence reaching 63,012 tons with revenues of more than 134,155 million dollar. In statement to the Sudan News Agency, Abdul-Majid pointed to the efforts exerted by the council for the revive of the Gum Arabic trade in the international markets via communication it made with some circles for lifting the American embargo on the Sudan to preserve its traditional customers in the western Europe for the creation of more cooperation with the new markets in eastern Asia particularly China and Malaysia.

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on 2014/4/12 9:50:31

Open in new window The Sudanese Ministry of Finance and National Economy and the Kuwait-based Arab Planning Institute have signed a memorom the andum of understanding (MoU) in Khartoum. The memorandum included technical and advisory cooperation, capacity building and training. It was signed at the conclusion of a visit to Sudan by a delegation from the Arab Planning Institute. The Acting Minister of Finance and National Economy Mohamed Yousuf signed on behalf of the Government of Sudan whereas the Director General of the Arab Institute for Planning Bader Othman Malallah signed for the institute . Mr. Yousuf called for cooperation with the Arab Institute for Planning to benefit from capacity building and training of manpower in Sudan and to fill the gap in the field of capacity development and management of human development.

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