THE SUDAN PARADOX: THE GHOST OF HUNGER IN THE BREAD BASKET
WHY IS A COUNTRY WITH EXCELLENT CONDITIONS FOR CONDUCTING HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE AGRICULTURE CONSTANTLY WAITING FOR FAMINE A. O. FILONIK Candidate of Economic Sciences Sudan is one of the largest countries in Africa and the entire Arab world. Its natural resources, especially agricultural ones, are literally endless, and it could become the breadbasket of the entire Arab East. But poor governance, coupled with a run-down agriculture and weak industry, vast expanses and a small population, has prevented it from getting back on its feet and taking the right steps towards its future for decades. Although measures to save the economy have been implemented since the 1990s, and changes in economic legislation have been introduced in recent years, they have not yet been able to move the flywheel of progress and start a new countdown for this reserve of backwardness and poverty. Perhaps the savior of Sudan will be oil. It has already raised the per capita income, and in the future, perhaps, it will be able to do more. But the country remains a peasant country, only indirectly involved in the economic processes that have engulfed a more dynamic world. There are many reasons for what is happening in this country, and not the least of them lies in the specifics of its agar structure. "CREEPING IN" INTO THE FUTURE In the Arab table of ranks, Sudan was lost in the last ranks for many years. Reports about him, if they appeared in the Arab media, occupied the most modest places and were served in a telegraphic style. Reports on major regional events did not pay much attention to it, and analysts did not find time to follow the state of its economy. Sudan was in a state of chronic anemia and oblivion, from which only the events in Darfur and the discovery of oil fields had brought it out. According to the UN classification, the country is classified as a least developed country and is experiencing chronic difficulties due to structural imbalances in the economic system, political and so ... Read more
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