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on 2012/9/17 9:53:10

The General Union of Sudan Sudanese Businessmen and Employers has welcomed cooperation with the Japanese businessmen and investors who have a desire to invest in Sudan, pledging to provide all information that serve them
The union asserted to support and develop the economic and trade cooperation and relationships between the two countries.
The Director of the General Union of Sudan Sudanese Businessmen and Employers Abdal-Salam Mohammed Khair Al-Gaddi affirmed, during a his meeting at his office with the representative of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the official for Promotion of Projects Michiko Yokoyama, has underlined importance of strengthening the relations between the private sectors in both countries and the need for integrating the Japanese productive experiences and competencies Japanese and the resources and capabilities enjoyed by Sudan in various fields.
Al-Gaddi said that the meeting touched on the arrangements and coordination for the success of the visit of a delegation comprising a number of Japanese companies to Sudan in October which expressed desire to invest and open channels for commercial dealings in Sudan
He announced the union's readiness to coordinate with JICA to organize a special session for the delegation with their counterparts from businessmen and companies in Sudan, referring to the importance of the visit and the need to strive to take advantage of them for closer cooperation between Sudan and Japan.

on 2012/9/16 11:09:29

Open in new window The Governor of the Northern State Fathi Khalil was buried Saturday in Khartoum in a big funeral attended by the President of the Republic Omer Albashir, First Vice President Ali Osman Taha, Chief Justice, Chairman of the Constitutional Council, besides top executive and huge masses of people.
The late governor and his special guard AlfFatih Abdel-Alatif have died at noon Saturday in a traffic accident at Dongola-Kassora road , while they were on their way back to Marawi locality. The driver of the car Zaki Farajallah has survived. The body of the late Fathi khalil was brought by a plane from Dongola to Khartoum and buried at 9 p.m. in Sahafa graveyard.

on 2012/9/16 10:50:21

Open in new windowPresident of the Republic Omer Albashir will begin today Sunday a two-day official visit to Cairo to hold talks with the Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, and other senior officials.
In a statement to the Sudan News Agency, the Press Secretary of the President of the Republic Imad Sid-Ahmed said that the visit will be the first of the President of the Republic to Egypt after election of Mr. Mohamed Mursi to the presidency of Egypt, adding that the visit aims for continuity of the consultations between the two presidents. He said that the visit of President Albashir to Egypt also comes as part of the contacts between the peoples of the two countries.
Mr. Sid-Ahmed explained that the talks between Presidents Albashir and Mursi will review means for boosting the bilateral relations in different fields and issues of concern to the peoples of Sudan and Egypt.
Meanwhile, Sudan Ambassador to Cairo Kamal Hassan Ali said that the visit of President Albashir will prove prevalence of will at the highest level in both Sudan and Egypt to prop up implementation of joint projects and the agreements that they have signed concerning the four freedoms and implementing the land transport road by inauguration of the land road linking Sudan and Egypt.
President Albashir will be accompanied during the visit by a high-level delegation that includes the Minister of the Presidency of the Republic, the Foreign Minister, the Director of Security and Intelligence, the Minister of Agriculture, the Minister of Electricity and Dams, the Minister of Animal Resources, the Minister of Industry and the Rapporteur of the Higher Council for Investment.

on 2012/9/16 10:40:00

Open in new windowThe government refused a demand by the American administration to send Special Forces to protect the U.S. embassy in Khartoum. The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affair said in a statement to the Sudan News Agency that the Minister of Foreign Affairs Ali Karti has made Friday a telephone contact with the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State in which the U.S. government has expressed desire to send special forces to protect its embassy in Khartoum after a series of protests against a US-made film defaming the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) engulfed in most countries of the Islamic world.
The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has indicated that the Foreign Minister has apologized for the reception of these forces, affirming Sudan's ability to protect the diplomatic missions in Khartoum and the government's obligation to protect her guests.

on 2012/9/16 10:30:00

Open in new windowThe Minister of Finance and National Economy Ali Mahmoud said that Sudan has finally overcome the economic impact of South Sudan's secession. He said the economy will fully recover next year. In a press release following a meeting of the political sector of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP), the minister revealed that the general guidelines of the 2013 budget will be presented to the cabinet late September. The cabinet will present it later to the National Assembly during its next term early October. Mahmoud did not rule out the inclusion of revenue from transporting South Sudanese oil through Sudanese pipelines in next year's budget, provided an agreement is reached during the current negotiations in Addis Ababa. Regarding the IMF's commendation for Sudan's economy, the minister said that the IMF delegation inspected and assessed the recent reforms package and its effect on the Sudanese currency exchange rate and inflation and deduced that the Sudanese economy is recovering. He added that there were promising indicators that the Sudanese economy will become stronger and more resilient after this year's excellent harvest predictions, the new markets demanding Sudanese meat products, and the enhancement of gold production through the soon-to-be inaugurated gold refinery. The minister also told reporters that the financial commitments related to the Darfur peace agreement and East Sudan agreement are being met satisfactorily.

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