BMI View: Sudan's food and drink industry will experience modest growth throughout our forecast period
on the back of a more favourable economic outlook; relatively low inflation and low fuel prices. On the
other hand, South Sudan's food and drink industry will experi ..."
BMI View: Growth in Sudan and South Sudan's food and drink industry will be driven by inflation and low
base effects in both markets. The two countries are on divergent economic paths: Sudanese consumers will
benefit from lower inflation and low fuel prices, which wil ..."
BMI View: The decline in oil prices has put Sudan and South Sudan on divergent economic paths. Lower
fuel costs will provide a boost to Sudanese consumers over the coming quarters and have helped stabilise
inflation and the overall economy. South Sudan is suffering fr ..."
BMI View: We maintain our view that economic growth in Sudan will pick up modestly over the coming
quarters, with real GDP set to expand by 3.5% in 2015 and 4.3% in 2016 (from an estimated 2.6% in
2014). This improvement is in large part due to easing inflationary pre ..."
Economic conditions in Sudan will improve over the coming quarters, but nonetheless remain challenging.
We are forecasting real GDP growth of 3.8% in 2015 from an estimated 2.6% in 2014. This improvement
will be due in part to easing inflationary pressures as the gove ..."
Economic conditions in Sudan remain challenging. The effects of the September 2013 currency devaluation
(including soaring inflation), restrained government spending and a weak security environment will see real
GDP growth come in at just 2.6% in 2014, according to ou ..."
BMI View: We have revised our 2013 growth estimate for Sudan thanks to stronger than expected growth
in the country's exports, which helped to offset what we believe were low rates of expansion in private
consumption, brought about as a result of government policies w ..."
BMI View: We forecast that real GDP growth in Sudan will reach 2.5% in 2014, a significant improvement
from the 2013 rate, estimated at 1.4%. Even so, significant headwinds persist, and this rate of economic
expansion is far below the 6.8%-average the country experienced over t ..."
BMI View: Internal hurdles and escalating tensions between Sudan, Israel and South Sudan will continue
to put at risk prospects for the country's economic recovery. Elevated inflation will keep consumer
purchasing power depressed during 2014, and government spending r ..."
BMI View: Escalating tensions between Sudan and South Sudan put at risk prospects of economic recovery in 2013. Elevated inflation levels will keep consumer purchasing power depressed, while the government spending will remain largely constrained by the pressing security needs. A ..."