Fuel, Bread Crisis Worsens Across Sudan

Former banker and economic analyst in Sudan, Hafiz Ismail has described the situation in the country a very serious one, as the Sudanese Pound value has continued to decrease against other foreign currencies, especially the US Dollar.

The crisis of bread and fuel, particularly diesel, has escalated to the highest levels in the capital, Khartoum and the states amid surge of prices for essential commodities in the markets.



The price of a pint of milk in Khartoum has amounted to SDG 12 (*$0.43), an egg to SDG 90 ($3.20) and a kilo of lamb SDG 220 ($7.80)

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Various bakeries in Khartoum are experiencing long queues for bread and fuel stations are seeing long queues of vehicles to get fuel amid farmers’ complaints in the states about the failed agricultural season because of scarcity of diesel and the continued rise in the price of the Dollar against the Sudanese Pound.

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