The Republic of South Sudan is a Central African country located in the Upper Nile river basin. Neighbors; Ethiopia to the east, Sudan to the north, Kenya to the south, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda to the south and the Central African Republic to the west. Its surface area is 619.745 km². The capital of the country; is Cuba.
Cities of South Sudan
South Sudan's Telephone Code: +211
South Sudan's Currency: South Sudan Pound.
Cuba, Malakal, Wau.
Economy of South Sudan
South Sudan is in the category of least developed countries according to the UN criteria. Oil revenues constitute 98% of state budget revenues and 80% of national income. Budget revenues declined due to oil production, which began on December 15, 2013 and continued in the oil region, which was reduced by half. The decline in oil prices worldwide has increased the loss in government revenues. The GSC economy is in a crisis that is getting worse since the end of 2015.
The military expenditures and instability in the war prevent the necessary conditions for the growth of the economy.
The country has arable land. There are forest riches of precious trees. Its virgin nature is ideal for the development of tourism. The mines are very diverse and the reserves are rich. Southern Sudan is also the most dependent country in the world because oil forms almost all of the total exports.
South Sudan's Exports
Crude Oil, Other Oil Seeds, Oilseed Flower, Dried Legumes and Scrap Ships.
South Sudan's Import Products
Raw Sugar, Packed medicines, Cars, Rice and Palm Oil.
South Sudan's Export Countries
China, Algeria, Pakistan, Uganda and Jordan.
South Sudan's Imports Countries
Uganda, China, Pakistan, Algeria and the Netherlands.
Nations Living in South Sudan
Dinka (36%), Nuer (16%), Azande, Bari, Shilluk, Anwak, Murle (There are over 200 tribes with their lower arms)
Languages spoken in South Sudan
Official language; English. Also; Juba Arabic.