National Investment Authority - Sudan
The Authority is headed by the General Secretary of Investment Authority who is in charge of the Administration and Financial affairs and serves as deputy minister- all official writings to be sent to him.
- Duties and responsibilities of the Authority:
– Promoting for investment inside the country and for Foreign Direct Investment.
– Providing information and data about investment and investment resources in the country.
– Handling the difficulties that hinder the promotion of investment in the country.
– Preparing and publishing studies about strategic investment projects.
– Organizing workshops, exhibition, seminars and other activities that are relevant to the investment.
– Coordinating and collaborating with the states, investment authorities in investments issues.
- Why invest in Sudan? ? ?
The Authority provides a number of factors that encourage and attract investors to invest in Sudan such as:
– Sudan strategic location – the main entrance to Africa East and Central and Middle East.
– Sudan is full and diversified of natural resources, especially in the agricultural sector , animal and mining.
– Infrastructure and services facilities.
– The availability of free Zones in Suakin, El Jaili and Khartoum.
– Political stability.
– Generous privilege and incentives to investors especially in the productive sector.
- For more Information about Investment in Sudan please do not hesitate to contact:
– Tel: +249183747498
– Web site: www.sudaninvest.gov.sd
– P.O. Box 6286 Postal code 1113 Khartoum – Sudan
– Neil street – Khartoum
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