December 9, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese Minister of Livestock and Fisheries and Pastures Faisal Hassan Ibrahim disclosed today that the country’s exports on a year-to-date basis reached $408 million. The official warned however in his statement before the States Council that the returns on livestock are far below the potential due to smuggling particularly in Darfur and Northern states. He added that non-institutionalized fees and levies imposed by some localities are leading to higher (...)
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