South Sudan: Sudan-South Sudan Aim for U.S.$3 Billion Exchange in Free Trade Zones

Mokhlaheef — Sudan and South Sudan laid the foundation stone for the free trade zone in the area of Mokhaleef in El Jebelein locality in White Nile state on Tuesday, in a move designed to promote border trade between the two countries. At the same ceremony, the Kosti and El Jebelein free zones were inaugurated, as well as the resumption of river traffic the two countries.

It is hoped that the volume of annual trade exchange between the two countries in the near future will reach $3 billion.


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