Sudan is a major contributor to the global livestock market| glObserver Global Economics


Indeed following the recent passing of Sudan’s new investment law, investments and pledges of support, particularly from the Middle East, are gradually setting Sudan up to become a major agriculture producer. Saudi Arabia for instance, with its relative lack of water supplies, is intending to rely additional heavily than ever on African food imports, largely from Sudan.With only 20% of arable land farmed, Sudan’s agricultural potential could transform food security across Africa and the Arab World Owing to the immense irrigational ability of the River Nile – the lifeblood which pulses through the heart of the country’s otherwise desert covered lands – Sudan has long been considered as a po

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Indeed following the recent passing of Sudan’s new investment law, investments and pledges of support, particularly from the Middle East, are gradually setting Sudan up to become a major agriculture producer. Saudi Arabia for instance, with its relative lack of water supplies, is intending to rely additional heavily than ever on African food imports, largely from Sudan.

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