South Sudan: Government Planning To Change Currency To Revive Ailing Economy

[Chief Observer - Africa] - 10/10/2020
South Sudan’s cabinet has decided to change the country’s currency in a bid to improve the country’s ailing economy, the government spokesman said on Friday, reported Reuters. “The cabinet has decided that the current currency should be changed….This is to improve our economic situation,” South (...)
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