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Asheley Almond

on 21 April 2011

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Transcript of Sudan

Regulatory Environment corrupt and lacking transparency. performs marginally well with respect to trading across borders and enforcing contracts performs poorly in dealing with construction permits History Sudan was a collection of small, independent kingdoms and principalities
from the beginning of the Christian era until 1820-21 However, neither the Egyptian nor the Mahdist state
had any effective control of the southern region outside of a
few garrisons.
Population 42,272,435 Education is free and compulsory for children aged 6 to 13 years. Primary education consists of eight years, followed by three years of secondary education. Enrollment varies widely, falling below 20 percent in some provinces. Sudan has 19 universities; instruction is primarily in Arabic. Education at the secondary and university levels has been seriously hampered by the requirement that most males perform military service before completing their education. Girls and Boys don’t attend the same primary, middle, or highschool. There is a school for girls and a school for boys. Only college is when the can attend school together Geography Sudan is located in northeastern Africa. It borders the Red Sea between Egypt on the north and Eritrea and Ethiopia on the southeast; it borders Chad and the Central African Republic on the west. It is the largest country in Africa. Resources Sudan’s primary resources are agricultural, but oil production and export have taken on greater importance since October 2000. Although the country is trying to diversify its cash crops, cotton, and gum arabic remain its major agricultural exports. Grain sorghum (dura) is the principal food crop, and millet and wheat are grown for domestic consumption. Sesame seeds and peanuts are cultivated for domestic consumption and increasingly for export. Environment
current issues Inadequate supplies of potable water; wildlife populations threatened by excessive hunting; soil; erosion; desertification; periodic drought Environment
agreements Biodiversity
Climate Change
Hazardous Wastes Sudan More Facts: Unemployment Rate is
Exports-oil and petroleum products
Imports- manufactured goods
medicines and chemicals
Corporate Social Responsibility

The continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large
Sudan Social Responsibility
In Sudan, social responsibility also means monitoring the situation in Darfur and measuring the relevant of Sudan presence in the country. Sudan Policy describes there presence, and explains there influences and sets out the criteria for there future course of action.
Thoroughness of CSR in Sudan
As the corporate social responsibility movement grew in Sudan, many companies pledged to improve their social and environmental performance based on the principles of CSR. Some companies made a business case for CSR, arguing that it can enhance profitability by reducing the risk of negative publicity, consumer boycotts, and shareholder activism in Sudan.
Sudan Potential
Many companies that see potential in exporting are venturing into the vast natural resource that Southern Sudan.

Currently, exporting of mangoes, gold, and timber is taking place through informal and noninstitutionalized .
The potential in exporting is huge and is an opportunity that must not be missed.
4 Simple Steps to Reducing Business Risk in Sudan
Keep to a simple plan. This environment is tough enough even with simple business concepts.
Stay within your areas of expertise. Entrepreneurs come to Southern Sudan and see opportunity in every direction.
Keep cash flows under control. Basic cash flow management is a critical skill here. Banking is expensive and time consuming.
Keep cash flows under control. Basic cash flow management is a critical skill here. Banking is expensive and time consuming. Analysis of Country Entry Strategy Recommendation Advantages

Low Ricks
No Long term assets
Easy Market Access and Exit

Critical Success Factors

Choice of Distributor
Transportation costs
Tariffs and quotas
Rich mineral resources are available in Sudan including copper
aluminum In Sudan E-business is considered to be limited when compared with its economic activity in general.
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