January 8, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - A Sudan investment conference will go ahead in Germany this month after being called-off following the storming of its embassy by protesters in Khartoum last year. The decision was a blow to Sudan, which is trying to attract foreign investment to avert a crippling economic crisis which has been worsened by the loss of its lucrative oil reserves after South Sudan seceded in 2011. The Berlin conference, which was originally scheduled for October, is now planned (...)
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