Sudanese Inflation Hits 45% In October
Year-on-year inflation in Sudan rose to 45.3% in October, from 41.6% in September, driven mostly by a large jump in food prices relative to last year, latest official figures showed on 8 November. Prices have skyrocketed in Sudan since the South seceded last July, taking with it around 75% of Sudan’s former oil production and revenues. This plunged Sudan’s already ailing economy into a crisis, which...
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