Ministry: Time for Sudan to Open to Free Market Economy

Ministry of International Cooperation said that it is time for Sudan to open to free market economy and the governmental

companies should exit the labor market, stressing its guarantee and support to the vulnerable segments of society.

He urges the citizens to support this economic policy.

The minister of international cooperation, Osman Ahmed Fadoul stressed on the importance of governmental companies existence of labor market and opening to free market and give the society an opportunity to cover the economic.

He  demanded in the inform to workers in the ministry yesterday in the first meeting after taking office formally, with the necessity of  resolve the disagreements in the free opening by using resources management in the right way.

He added (the state existence of the market encourage corruption), and he warned of lose due to the accumulation of foreign debt to the country without the economic reform process. Also he explained that the opening to free market may effect on low-income families, while at the same time is a gate to open up to world trade.

Undersecretary Tahir Suleiman Ali demanded Tightening control to prevent smuggling and limit the diversion of goods to neighboring countries and urged all social media to support the recent economic decisions and work to bridge the foreign gap till the exports equal the imports

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