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South Sudan’s inflation jumps to nearly 80%

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By Julius N. Uma

June 4, 2012 (JUBA) — South Sudanese will have to dig deeper into their
pockets, after statistics released by the country national bureau of
statistics indicate annual inflation increased to a staggering 80
percent in last month.

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People walk through a market in the southern Sudanese city of Juba January 6, 2011 in Juba, Sudan. (Getty)

South Sudan’s National Bureau of Statistics (SSNBS), in its latest
report, attributes the souring inflation in the midst of a struggling
economy to the unexpected rise in the cost of food and non-alcoholic
beverages.

"The South Sudan Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 29.5% from
April 2012 to May 2012. The increase was mainly driven by food and
non-Alcoholic beverages," the report partly notes, adding that, the
CPI from April 2012 to May, increased by 23.1%, 33.1% and 22.5% in
Juba, Wau and Malakal respectively.

South Sudan seceded from the north in July last year, taking with it
nearly 75% of oil resources. However, a dispute over oil early this
year with neighboring Sudan forced South Sudan to shut down its oil
production, leaving the latter entirely dependent non-oil revenues.
Oil revenues initially accounted for nearly 98% of South Sudan’s annual budget.

David Chan, director of statistic at SSNBS attributes the sharp rise
in prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages to fuel scarcity in the
country. Fuel scarcity has in recent weeks hit South Sudan’s major
towns, with officials saying anticipating that the situation could
worsen in coming months.

"If we don’t resolve the current oil disputes with Khartoum, we are
likely to suffer from fuel scarcity, high food prices and inflation,"
David Deng, a special hire driver told Sudan Tribune as he queued in a
fuel station.

Early this year, a food security assessment conducted by the United
Nations showed 4.7 million people at risk of food insecurity in South
Sudan this year, with fears that at least a million of them could be
severely affected.

Already, a food security outlook update from Famine Early Warning
Systems Network (FEWSNET) indicates worrying food insecurity trends as
the rainy season sets in, with Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Jonglei and
Upper Nile states considered the worst affected regions.

Specifically of concern if the abnormal increase in Sorghum prices,
which reportedly range between 50 and 250 percent above the five-year
(2007-2011) average, and are significantly higher than prices at the
same time last year in most reference markets.

The increasing prices, according to the FEWSNET report, reflect the
ongoing impacts of last year’s below-average harvest, reduced sorghum
imports from Sudan due to the trade blockade imposed by the Government
of Sudan last year, and increased fuel costs.

"Transportation and fuel costs will increase further when the rains
begin in March/April, sustaining above-average prices through at least
the Outlook period," it says.

In Upper Nile, for instance, the food crisis situation has reportedly
worsened as a result of the influx of refugees fleeing neighboring
Blue Nile State in Sudan, where conflict has persisted since September
2011.

According to the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), more than 81,000 refugees
are concentrated in Jammam (36,000 people) and Doro (over 47,000
people) camps in Jinmekda and Buong payams, respectively. However,
with a local population of 45,000 people in Maban County, according to
the 2008 South Sudan Census, refugees are nearly twice the size of the
host population, resulting in extreme competition over access to local
resources.

(ST)

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  • 4 June 2012 07:59, by SEE ME

    "South Sudan’s inflation jumps to nearly 80%"

    TO ALL northern SUDANESE includung GOS and NCP

    The holy QURAN is instructing us to help them even if we have war with them in some in areas.

    SUDAN is an effective member of AU

    SUDAN is an effective member of UN

    SUDAN is an effective member of OIC

    SOUTH SUDAN is our youny neighbor so let’s be opened minded and help them.

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    • 4 June 2012 08:05, by SEE ME

      We had war with SPLA/M for many years but we didn’t stop food from them.

      Let’s be better than than EUROPEAN UNION and allow the HUMAN BASIC NEEDS " water, food and sheler" to reach them.

      Let’s send this message to AU, UN and IC.

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    • 4 June 2012 08:23, by peaceful south

      hi ’SEE ME’
      If Sudan is an effective member of AU,UN,OIC all champions of human rights...Why harbor criminals: Bashir, Hussein and Ahmed Harun?

      I welcome your decision to help the young nation.

      You’re a leader of tomorrow...Don’t spend your whole day browsing Sudan Tribune just to insult nonsensically.

      Leave Sudan a better place than you found it!

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      • 4 June 2012 08:48, by SEE ME

        peaceful south

        Iam here in SUDAN for transfering TECHNOLOGY to my home country. But it is difficult and not easy.

        believe me there are many northern-northern SUDANESE whom I met strongly believe that SOUTHERN SUDANESE are their brothers and sisters.

        Iam doing good businees in SUDAN with the help of my sons.

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    • 4 June 2012 08:32, by Northern Sudanese

      SEE ME

      we should not help them. let them die. and its their choice if they want to open it or not, the opening key is with us.

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      • 4 June 2012 08:55, by SEE ME

        Northern Sudanese you are my brother in ALLAH

        I ASK you with all the respect to rethink objectively about what we are supposed to fellow the teacings of prophet Mohamed "PBUH".

        Let’s think of allowing the basic human needs to reach them.

        We will be rewarded by ALLAH

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        • 4 June 2012 09:11, by Northern Sudanese

          SEE ME

          you are right SEE ME ............ we are muslims, we are creadted to help others.........even though their leaders are like animals, this is about the people of south sudan and not salva and his asylum cyber supporters..........

          Bashir, help the people of the south

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      • 4 June 2012 09:56, by Majongdit

        Northern Sudanese,

        You and your devil friends. There is nothing like anyone dying here in the South. I will tell you 1000 times that South Sudan is fertile all over. The problem of the South all along were: constant wars never allowed time for agricultural development. It is now taking place. David Chan is also exegearting all this. If you believe it then you are lost.

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      • 4 June 2012 16:45, by South South

        Northern Sudanese,

        You have very good message from Israel. Read it:

        4 June 03:36, by Isme
        Greeting from Israel to mr Northern sudanese, My advice to you mr northern dig your grave and don’t forget to tell your friends please, Beacuse getting rid of Israel is like jumping into burning fire. Second to that we people of Irael we’re not abussive like arab to spit in people face, yes we don’t n

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      • 4 June 2012 16:49, by Mach

        SEE ME and N. Sudanese, you guys stop lying to yourselves, what planet are you clowns from? If you have anything to help others then why is your economy going into the sewer?

        Why are you struggling to have four freedoms in South Sudan? You don’t have them in Sudan? You stole the oil from South Sudan, did that money from stolen oil help you improved your economy?

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        • 4 June 2012 16:55, by Mach

          If you had the money to help others then why were you stealing the oil from South Sudan? Are you guys unaware that you’re making yourselves a laughingstock and a punching Bag on this site?

          Next time want to post a lie, you should first of all read and answer the entire questions here if you have the brain to know any of the questions asked!

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  • 4 June 2012 07:59, by Michael Angelo

    Southern Sudanese,

    Just forget about oil and pretend like we don’t have any oil reserve in the first. This is a rainny season and people must culviate crops and find other ways of living.

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    • 4 June 2012 08:29, by mayom maboung marek

      80% inflation, that is hard fact that must not be denied, 100 SSP = 500$. anyway we are immune to hunger since, we are well breastfed from our infant hood, which give natural immunity to hunger and diseases.

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  • 4 June 2012 08:19, by LOJUBA

    WE will never open this OIL, unless we had reached into clear agreement with any partner, we survive past years during the time of SUDAN, Juba was not like now even , no roads,no life, my fellow south sudanese we are still Strong , we are still can survive without OIL, khartoum is SICK, khartoum is begging Juba to give DRUGS, we strongly say NO NO, I strongly say RIP. Khartoum.

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    • 4 June 2012 08:23, by SEE ME

      LOJUBA

      Foget about the oil conflict. the oil is in the ground.

      Let’s help needy persons first.

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    • 4 June 2012 08:33, by Northern Sudanese

      LOJUBA

      its you who is living under asylum in the west who will survive, no1 in juba wants the oil to stay closed XD

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    • 4 June 2012 10:32, by mohammed ali

      LOJUBA,you are strong because you are far away living in luxury with looooted money. Innocent, marginalized southerners are starving. Somebody like says , we are immune to hunger & disease, that is because he is in Australia not knowing what is happening in SS. Do you know how how much is the manutrition rate? how much is child mortality, maternal mortality rate.They are the worest in the world!

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  • 4 June 2012 08:40, by LOJUBA

    SEE ME
    There every citizen of south sudan enjoying freedom, and all of us said before, we can stay wihtout food or transport but we need our FREEDOM, which is now we are enjoying it, Thanks SPLA, thanks SPLM. south sudanese agree to stay hungry and to used their salaries to buy ANTINOV AIRCRAFT , YES WE CAN.
    Land need to be free of NCP , YES WE CAN. LONG LIVE SOUTH SUDAN, LONG LIVE SPLA/SPLM.

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    • 4 June 2012 08:44, by Northern Sudanese

      LOJUBA

      its you who can live under asylum, but not those of which are currently facing 80% inflation.

      now, Juba could finally behave properly or else the SPLM will fall soon.

      HAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA GOOD WORK SPLA , 80% INFLATION HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA SPLA OYEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

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      • 4 June 2012 08:53, by LOJUBA

        North Sudan, SPLA will never fail south sudan, what is there in khartoum now, without our oil NCP will never remain on chair, now situation is worse in khartoum, Bro, we will never open any Oil , our people are now going for AGRICULTURE, when NCP BURIED then we OPEN Oil for our belove brothers and Sisters in Khartoum. Khartoum people we do really wan u to enjoy with us freedom SPLA/SPLM Brought.

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        • 4 June 2012 08:55, by Northern Sudanese

          LOJUBA

          ’’ now situation is worse in khartoum’’ explain to me how asylum seeker :)

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    • 4 June 2012 09:02, by SEE ME

      LOJUBA

      PLS be open minded and refer to what MASLOW has stated as basic human needs (water, food and shelter).

      It is true that the majority of SS are not having these basic needs. So let’s secure it for them and then handle the other issues.

      PLS don’t be ONE WAY

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  • 4 June 2012 08:47, by Northern Sudanese

    Message to South Sudanese (inside south sudan/ not asylum seekers)

    You really dont have to live this way, SPLA is leading you into Chaos, You have to take the cowboy down. imagine what sort of situation you will be in if war breaks out? those who are saying we will survive are all asylum seekers which should be ignored. we sudanese have nothing against you, we have something against the cowboy

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    • 4 June 2012 08:50, by Northern Sudanese

      and his cyber supporters......... we could open the borders again, food could flow again into your border states because Uganda is unable to feed you all. open the pipeline for you own benefit, in the next 2 months if this continues, it will be more than a catastrophe

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      • 4 June 2012 08:54, by Northern Sudanese

        Citizens of South Sudan, you are already facing:

        98% economy lost
        5 milion starving
        83% poverty next year
        80% inflation
        lack of basic needs
        lack of food
        ect.............

        all thanks to SPLA, we can always help, south sudanese we never ever called you insects, we called your dumb leaders insects and not you because you are respectful people who dont deserve this pain.

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        • 4 June 2012 12:06, by Geronimo Jobson

          why are you always blind to see things in your doorsteps and try to talk about problems that are not your much concerns.
          south kordufan and blue nile states are in servere food crisis leave alone shelter,my question is where is your help as an economic strong country as you claim? the case of south Sudan is inflation(high prices on little food)that means there is enough food and needs enough m

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  • 4 June 2012 08:52, by Pif Paf

    No matter how dire the situation gets in juba we will not open the oil pipelines until SPLA stop their war mentality with khartoum and compensate us for our losses. Its was SPLA alone that chose this path and we will be happy to walk them through it. Raise the white flag and u will see fuel n food again otherwise s.sudan inflation will make zimbabwe’s economy look like its booming.

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    • 4 June 2012 09:26, by SEE ME

      Brother Pif Paf

      Let’s condmn SPLA/M but not the innocent peoples of SOUTH SUDAN.

      I used to condmn SPLA/M but not my brothers and sisters of SS.

      Do you want to tell me that all SS know how to read and write?

      YOU are well educated and you need to rethink about your participating in helping the needy people of SS.

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      • 4 June 2012 09:43, by LOJUBA

        SEE ME
        Did you forget the innocent people of DARFUR, SOUTHERN KORDOFAN, YOU KILLED THEM IN 100S, ONE OF CHRIST TEMPTATION IS FOOD, AND OUR LORD SAID MAN CAN NOT LIVE WITH A BREAD ALONE, OUR BELOVE BROTHERS AND SISTERS DECIDED TO CLOSED DOWN OIL BASE ON THE BELIEVE, NCP WILL LEAD WHOLE SUDAN TO RIP OTHERWISE, BROTHERS IN KHARTOUM ALL OF YOU WILL DIE OF HUNGER SOON, IF MR. NCP STILL PUNISHING SUDAN

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        • 4 June 2012 10:06, by SEE ME

          LOJUBA

          If talk about crude oil then SUDAN has more oil than SOUTH SUDAN I had explaned this DR. LUWAL DING.

          This is one of my engineering fields

          My DAFUR south and north is very rich with oil.

          North-north SUDAN near libya has great amout on high API crude oil based on the seismic survey done by EXSSON-USA in 1984.
          I don’t know why GOS and NCP had concentrated in SS !!??

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    • 4 June 2012 19:08, by Mach

      Pif Paf, that’s really very funny! Did I just saw you saying, you cannot open up the pipeline until the SPLA change their mentality against Khartoum?

      Really! When did you shut-down the pipeline, and now it’s in your power to open it up?

      You guys are in a confused mental melt-down and you seriously need help! But the help will not be from South Sudan.

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  • 4 June 2012 09:28, by LOJUBA

    Our situation was worst than today during OLD SUDAN, Brothers in North, every one agree in khartoum that without south sudan No live in Khartoum, lets talk the fact, now look khartoum before separation and now, brothers in khartoum you people have to fight for your own right because we are not going to open this Oil. JALABA and all NCP, Khartoum people are planning now seriously to remove you

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    • 4 June 2012 09:36, by Northern Sudanese

      LOJUBA

      during the old sudan, it was only a war between ncp and rebels near villages. there was no inflation, southerners easily moved to northern cities where they enjoyed everything. its not your choice to keep the oil shut down, its the choice of the dying people of south sudan.

      you are just an asylum seeker who should be ignored XD

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      • 4 June 2012 09:47, by LOJUBA

        North sudan

        no boby is complaining of current situation, it is we the people of south sudan decided the closure of this oil not SPLA/SPLM ALONE, SECONDLY WE WANT TO TEACH KHARTOUM, secondly even if this oil is open we are not going to share with khartoum any more, it is People of south sudan to decided whom to share with, we already said NO to khartoum and it is the reason why we closed it.

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    • 4 June 2012 09:42, by Northern Sudanese

      LOJUBA

      we dont want your oil anyway, we are only negotiating for security and border. Our President clearly said that he doesn’t want southern oil to pass through sudan and all the public accepted this decision.

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    • 4 June 2012 09:49, by SEE ME

      LOJUBA

      PLS don’t repeat this word "JALABA". I asked my brothers from DARFURIAN rebels to unite first. But they keep talking about hatred to JALABA and marry from them and fight each other.

      Be like Dr Luther King ask for EQUAL CIVIL RIGHTS. in SS, SUDAN and AFRICA.

      But now let’s concentrate on helping the NEEDY peoples of SS

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      • 4 June 2012 10:08, by Majongdit

        SEE ME, Northern Sudanese,

        I want to tell you 2 things:
        1. The report is a total fabrication, propaganda and exegeration by David Chan.
        2. All that looks like ’sympathy’ from you is a mere pretence.
        3. You are mere young boys employed to stage a media propganda. You will achieve nothing bcoz reality always rules. SOUTH SUDAN WAS THE ONLY PRIDE OF THE FORMER UNITED SUDAN. Burn with rage!

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        • 4 June 2012 10:43, by mohammed ali

          Majingodet, we don’t need a report to tell us what is happening in SS. There are many SS still living here and they tell us what is happening there.We have friends who call us from Juba and they tell us about the situation there.The UN reporting 4.7 millions are starving, I tell you it is more than that!

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          • 4 June 2012 14:11, by Koang

            Mahomed Ali.
            Inflation is increased by 99%, are You Ok with that?
            You are getting all the informations and who cares, just enjoy the news.
            Life here is astounding!

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        • 4 June 2012 10:54, by SEE ME

          Majongdit

          YOU were not born when i delt with media propganda of white colonizationists.

          So don’t copy and paste without eavaluating the main core of topics.

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  • 4 June 2012 09:58, by LOJUBA

    God will help the people of south sudan not OIL little faith, God help people of south sudan to a FREEDOM land and still he is beside the people of south sudan, we do believe that current situation is not worse than kahrtoum, we are small nation we have staffs which is better than old sudanera, we are progressing well , our brlove President on Move and we are behind him. we have GOLD ,etc,No worr

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    • 4 June 2012 10:07, by SEE ME

      LOJUBA

      If talk about crude oil then SUDAN has more oil than SOUTH SUDAN I had explaned this DR. LUWAL DING.

      This is one of my engineering fields

      My DAFUR south and north is very rich with oil.

      North-north SUDAN near libya has great amout on high API crude oil based on the seismic survey done by EXSSON-USA in 1984.
      I don’t know why GOS and NCP had concentrated in SS !!??

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      • 4 June 2012 10:14, by LOJUBA

        SEE ME

        HAHAHAHAH, you making me laugh bro, talk about north sudan only , live aside our belove brothers territories, because it is a fail dream, NCP will never win heartS of BLACKS of SUDD LAND, i think NCP remove out oil from the list of depend resources, SEE ME , may be you our of NCP and you don’t know, bro this people are evils, come to south sudan, you will rest and have freedom of mind,haha

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  • 4 June 2012 10:08, by LOJUBA

    SEE ME,

    IN ADDIS we claim back the OUR LOOTED OIL, this time we are not going to leave single coin to NCP, without paying back no NEGOTIATION, and any one who use MEDIA for WAR let him watch out this time, we will get back out LOOTED OIL PLEASE OUR LANDS, WE PEOPLE OF SOUTH SUDAN DECIDED TO DEFEND OUR PROPERTIES WITH OUR BLOOD BUT NOW MONEY, LONG LIVE SOUTH SUDAN, LONG LIVE POLITICAL PARTIES

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  • 4 June 2012 10:12, by Sudan virus

    We Southerns deliberately created the inflation ourselves as a diplomatic war against a terrorist govt and know when to correct it!

    I mean we don’t feel it!

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  • 4 June 2012 10:23, by Majongdit

    SEE ME,

    From Technology Transfers to Oil Engineering...you must be a comedian!
    Anyway, accept the fact that this report is exegerated and built on propaganda.
    The ever green South Sudan...that used to be the only pride of the whole Sudan is now ours, WE ALONE. Go on googling and give urself a number degrees and but find yourself a lie-detector, it’s a tool that can assist small boys.

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    • 4 June 2012 10:29, by Northern Sudanese

      Majongdit

      propaganda for asylum seekers but reality for poor south sudanese citizens :)

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    • 4 June 2012 10:48, by SEE ME

      Majongdit

      ASk MCM Miller in FLORIDA about one SUDANESE who is specialists in using their corrosion control Equipment and sent them positive comments for improvement.

      e.g.

      MCM-LC-1
      MCM-LC-4

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      • 4 June 2012 13:07, by SEE ME

        Majongdit

        Iam Waiting for you in this website so that all must know who is the liar.

        Ask your google and all your southern SUDANESE about the weakness of these equipment that I have posted here.

        These weakenesses are secrets of MILLER.

        Moreover I need YOU to anwer the questions that I asked you about your SS crude oil.

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  • 4 June 2012 10:39, by Majongdit

    SEE ME,

    Who is this child? I know him.

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    • 4 June 2012 11:53, by SEE ME

      Majongdit

      Let any well experienced SS engineer to talk to me and you will notice that my replies will be based on US STANARDS.

      You don’t know any thing about HYROCARBINS but you throw many words not related to.

      SIMPLE QUESTIONS:
      What is the API of SS crude oils?

      Is the SS crude oil light or medium or heavy?

      Is the SS crude oil sour or sweet?

      What are the impurities with the SS crude oil?
      ..

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  • 4 June 2012 10:40, by SEE ME

    To all

    I had more than 30 years experience in oil & gas.

    All my experience is based in US technology.

    I don’t believe in CHINESE’s poor technology

    I want to tranfer what I gained hands-on to my beloved Sudan.

    Many times I saked you to check what I posted HERE with reference to ASME, ANCE, IEEE, NACE, SAME,.... and then come and talk.

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    • 4 June 2012 11:08, by LOJUBA

      see me, see this!!!!
      Businessmen union warns of “catastrophe” ahead of Sudan’s economy.
      don’t think ever you can do anything while HOME IS CRYING, Think how to get food, leave Technology to people have OIL, am sorry fact bro, we believe we still can support Khartoum but with CONDITION!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • 4 June 2012 11:17, by Northern Sudanese

        LOJUBA

        so your happy with sudans 27% inflation while your own country has 80% inflation? you dont make sense buddy.

        80% inflation
        98% economy lost
        unable to afford food prices
        83% poverty next year

        when we speak about a fall 0f even 3%, we call that a “catastrophe” but when you lose 98% of economy, you call that a small error.

        see the difference XD

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        • 4 June 2012 11:42, by LOJUBA

          North Sudan

          I stayed in 100% INFLATION ZONE that was in old sudan, but brother u said you have oil, you have companies, you said you are leading whole africa, ahahahah, please stop lie to the people of sudan, Fuck off that chair, and let the fresh bread reach all the people of sudan, No life exit now in Khartoum, Tell your devil leader Bashir

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          • 4 June 2012 13:33, by Northern Sudanese

            LOJUBA

            you said that you can feed the whole world, the reality, you cant feed more than halve your population XD

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      • 4 June 2012 12:13, by SEE ME

        LOJUBA

        Bear in mind TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER is wide field while POWER ELECTRICS occupy 50%.

        OIL & GAS has only 5%.

        Most RIGs formen in USA have little education and using OBSCENE lanuguge but are experts in their hands-on work.

        Refineries are also controlled by operation foremen.

        Pipelines design and construction needs experts while southern Sudanese women can be trained to become P/L operators.

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  • 4 June 2012 13:09, by SEE ME

    Majongdit

    Iam Waiting for you in this website so that all must know who is the liar.

    Ask your google and all your southern SUDANESE about the weakness of these equipment that I have posted here.

    These weakenesses are secrets of MILLER.

    Moreover I need YOU to anwer the questions that I asked you about your SS crude oil.

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  • 4 June 2012 14:31, by Koang

    Dear South Sudan.
    This is the first time we full take controll of our country. Inflation; can be corrected by the citizens by working harder, we have everythings, fertile land, water bodies,efficient rainfall and Crus oil...
    Stand prompt!!

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