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on 2014/11/3 11:53:51

Open in new window Vice President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohammed Abdul Rahman will inaugurate, tomorrow, Today, at GIAD Industrial Area, Ain Factory for intravenous solutions, which produces eight million units of intravenous fluids and 700 thousand dialysis units .
pharmaceutical industry coordinator at the Ministry of Industry, Fatima Al-Gbash has affirmed the completion of the preparations for the opening of the first factory of its kind in Sudan, indicating that Sudanese investment with total capital of $ 25 million .
She said in a press statement to SUNA that the factory covers in the current period of more than 35% of the country's need of intravenous fluids and dialysis solutions, and that there is another line launched in the coming period, covering the need by 100% .

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on 2014/11/1 12:10:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation Ibrahim Mahmoud announced that Sudan has cultivated in the summer season more than 50 million acres considered the biggest cultivated area in the recent history of Sudan, compared to 37 million acres in the past five years. He explained, in statements to the ā€œ Radio Conferenceā€ a talk show in the Sudanā€™s official Radio broadcasted Friday, that the summer agricultural season was unprecedented in terms of the amount and distribution of the rainfalls, praising all those who contributed to the good preparations through provision of agricultural inputs such as fuel, seeds, fertilizers and finance throughout Sudan including official and popular efforts.
The minister said that the preliminary estimates indicated production of approximately seven million tons of sorghum (Dura) compared to production of one million tons on average during the past five years, adding that more than seven million acres were cultivated in sesame and 5.5 million acres in peanuts.

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on 2014/11/1 12:00:00

Open in new windowAn initial agreement was reached between Sudan and European companies for improving Sudanese agricultural products to be exported to European countries.
A meeting was held recently in Khartoum in this regard attended by the Sudanese minister of Foreign Affairs , governor of Khartoum state and representatives of European companies. A representative of German companies has provided a proposal for a project for the cultivation of wheat in the area of west Umdurman by using friendly environment technology in partnership with the state to increase the vertical productivity.

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on 2014/10/29 11:00:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese First Vice President of the Republic, Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih, received in his office at the Republican Palace Tuesday the Qatari Minister of Environment, Ahmed bin Amer Al-Humaidi where they discussed progress of the Sudanese - Qatari relations in all domains and horizons of boosting the cooperation between the two countries in the environment and investment fields.
The meeting was attended by the Minister of Environment, Forests and Physical Planning Hassan Abdul-Gadir Hilal, and the Ambassador of Qatar to Sudan, Rashid bin Abdul-Rahman Al-Nuaimi.The Qatari minister said in a statement to the Sudan News Agency that the meeting discussed ways of increasing the Qatari investments in Sudan and consolidating the bilateral relations.
He said that the bilateral relations have witnessed remarkable improvement thanks to the great concern being given in this regard by the leaderships in the two countries, hoping that the coming period will witness more strategic partnerships between Sudan and Qatar.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Environment, Forests and Physical Planning said that the First Vice - President has appreciated progress of the Sudanese - Qatari relations in all fields and called for further consolidation to the bilateral relations.

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on 2014/10/29 10:40:00

Open in new windowThe Sudanese Economic Development Sector of the Council of Ministers approved, a Five-Year Programme for Economic Reform (2015-2019) and guidelines of the budget for 2015. The Minister of Finance and National Economy Badr-Eddin Mahmoud explained that the Quintet Programme targeted restoration of economic growth at a high and sustainable pace in the range of 7% on annual average, where it aims to achieve a growth rate in the gross domestic product (GDP) to reach at the end of the programme to 7.1%, as well as implementation of policies and reforms in the field of foreign trade leads to restoration of balance between exports and imports and achievement of a surplus in the trade balance.
The minister revealed that the programme aimed to increase the value of agricultural and livestock production at an average annual growth rate of 6.8%, in addition to the doubling of the value of industrial production during the programme period at about 112% through focusing on the extractive and processing industries. The programme also targets reduction of the budget deficit and raising of the savings rate, expecting the revenue to increase from 59.4 billion pounds in 2015 to 173 billion pounds in 2019.

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