Subject (Course): International Trade and Doing Business in South Sudan. Juba.
- Introduction to the Republic of South Sudan (East Africa).
- Doing Business in Juba
- The Economy of South Sudan
- Agriculture sector
- International Trade of South Sudan
- Business and Investment Opportunities in South Sudan
- Tourism and Hospitality
- South Sudan Investment Authority
- Access to the South Sudanese market
- Business Plan for South Sudan
Objectives of the subject “Doing Business in the Republic of South
- To analyse the South Sudanese economy and foreign trade
- To evaluate business opportunities in the Republic of South Sudan
- To explore South Sudan's trade relations with the student's country
- To know South Sudan's Trade Agreements
- To develop a business plan for the South Sudanese market
Sample of the subject
Doing Business in South Sudan:
Subject Description (Doing Business in South Sudan).
The Republic of South Sudan: the newest country in the World (Independence from Sudan in 2011). Petrol sector: 60% of GDP.
- South Sudan is the newest country of the Word (2011)
- South Sudan has normalised relations with Sudan.
- Landlocked country.
- Borders: the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and Sudan
- South Sudanese Population: 8,3 million. 72% of the population under thirty years.
- Area: 644,329 square kilometres
- Capital: Juba (250,000 inhabitants)
- South Sudanese official language: English.
- Local languages: Bari, Dinka, and Murle
- The main religion in Sudan: Christianity (60.5%)
South Sudan belongs to the East African Economic Area of the African Civilisation.
The economy of South Sudan (Africa).
- Political instability
- Top sector: agriculture (80% of employment)
- South Sudanese petrol sector: 70% of Government revenues, 60% of GDP (direct exports)
- Nile River opportunities: energy production and fishing industry
- Business Opportunities: petroleum, agriculture, mining, infrastructure, and energy
- Kenya is a key player in South Sudan.
- Port of Mombasa (Kenya) is the main Import-Export port of South Sudan
- Top export products: petroleum and natural resources.
- Top trading partners: China, Japan, the USA, Uganda, and Kenya
- Currency: South Sudanese Pound (SSP)
- Internet code (ISO): ss
The Northern Corridor links with South Sudan.
South Sudan has preferential access to
- IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development)
- Common Market for East and South Africa (COMESA)
- The United States - African Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA)
- The European Union-Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) “Everything
- South Sudan is negotiating with the East African Community (EAC)
South Sudan is a member of:
- Nile Basin Initiative
- International Conference on the Great Lakes Region
- African Union (AU)
- United Nations (UN)
- Negotiations with Commonwealth of Nations, International
Monetary Fund, World Bank (WB), WTO
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