This week the US government announced that it was lifting its longstanding sanctions on trade with Sudan. In one of Obama’s final acts in office, the US will adopt a new approach to Sudan – allowing more freedom of trade with American companies in return for a range of political and security cooperation measures by Khartoum.
Whilst this move is unlikely to see a dramatic rise in international trade with Sudan – the banks in particular are likely to take a cautious approach if recent experience with Iran is repeated – key sectors in the country are set to benefit, namely agriculture, raw materials and infrastructure, among others.
We had a look at the companies in Sudan that our subscribers to ClarifiedBy.com have been searching for over the last three months:
- Nile Cement Company
- Faisal Islamic Bank
- Sudatel (Sudan Telecommunication Company)
- Creative Petroleum Services
- Warm Seas Industry & Investment Company Ltd
- Zain Sudan (Sudanese Mobile Telephone Company Limited)
- Liberty Steel Company
- MTN Sudan
- Al Tayyar International Limited
- Carawan Holding Company
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