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Republic of Sudan Diagnostic Trade Integration Study Update : Reducing Trade Costs to Increase Competitiveness and Rresilience

DOMESTIC FLIGHTS MODAL SPLIT TRANSPORT SECTOR PROFIT MARGINS EXCISE TAXES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION TRANSPORT SERVICE RAIL NETWORK AIRPORT PASSENGERS CROSSINGS TRANSIT INFRASTRUCTURE RUNWAYS ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ALTERNATIVE ROUTES RUNWAY FERRIES TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT CORRIDORS VEHICLES TRANSPORTATION COSTS ROUND TRIP TRANSPORT MODE ELASTICITY OF DEMAND TRAFFIC FLOW QUALITY OF TRANSPORT TREND ELASTICITY INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT JOURNEY INLAND WATERWAYS BORDER CROSSINGS TOLL LORRIES RAILWAY LINES FLEET SIZE CARRIERS TRAFFIC ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE RAILWAY STATIONS MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT PEAK DEMAND TAX ROUTES AIRPORTS INCOME TAX VOLUME OF TRAFFIC GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT WEALTH AIR UNDERGROUND TRANSPORT SERVICES TRAVELERS TUNNEL INTERNATIONAL TRANSIT TRANSPORT ACCESS TRAFFIC VOLUME DRIVERS LOCAL TRANSPORT TRANSPORT MODES VEHICLE SIGNAGE TRANSPORT INVESTMENTS ROAD EXCISE DUTIES TOLLS AIRPORT OPERATIONS COSTS TRANSPORT OPERATORS AIR TRAVEL TRAINING ROAD NETWORK ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TRANSPORT RAIL LINKS RAILWAY SYSTEM REBATES EXCISE DUTY PORT OF ENTRY FIXED COSTS MODE OF TRANSPORT MOBILITY RAILWAY LINE EXTERNALITIES HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS TRIPS MODES OF TRANSPORT TRUE PORTS OF ENTRY TRANSPORT FACILITIES RAIL ACCESS COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT ROUTE LOCOMOTIVE TRANSPORT INDUSTRY FUELS AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE SUBSIDIES INFRASTRUCTURE TAXES PROFIT MARGIN INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT TRANSPORT NETWORK INITIATIVES DRIVING CONGESTION NATIONAL PARKS TRAVEL TRANSPORTATION INSPECTION TRANSIT TRAMWAY AIR SAFETY POLICIES TRANSPARENCY HEAVY TRUCKS TRUCKS INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS POLICE CARS LAND TRANSPORT RAIL SYSTEM MEANS OF TRANSPORT PORT SERVICES TRAINS ACCESSIBILITY NATIONAL TRANSPORT PRICE CHANGES QUALITY OF TRANSPORT SERVICES ROLLING STOCK RAILWAY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES HIGHWAYS NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AIRCRAFT PORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRIP PLANNING BRIDGE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT TRAFFIC VOLUMES TAX REVENUE ROADS ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS CAR PORT FACILITIES CROSSING FLEETS HIGHWAY AUTHORITY TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES HIGHWAY RAILWAYS AIR TRANSPORT ECONOMIES OF SCALE BORDER MANAGEMENT FUEL PRICE INLAND TRANSPORT TRUCK RESTRICTIONS RAIL FUEL AIR CONDITIONERS PEAK DEMAND PERIODS TRIP TRANSPORT SYSTEM INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORT FREE ZONES INVESTMENTS VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS AIRWAYS MODE SPLIT PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TRANSPORT COSTS ROAD TRANSPORT SAFETY RAILWAY NETWORKS INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FREIGHT TRANSPORT OPERATIONS BOTTLENECKS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2015-07-02T21:44:18Z | 2015-07-02T21:44:18Z | 2014-10-31

The Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) update identifies priority actions in support of the Government of Sudan (GOS) commitment to increase trade and diversify the economy. The current study builds on the earlier 2008 DTIS by identifying the major factors holding back the increase of agricultural exports and economic diversification. The report identifies a package of measures that will support Sudan to more effectively realize its economic potential. The DTIS Update presents an updated action matrix that summarizes the recommended policy reforms. This matrix was validated with a wide variety of stakeholders in Khartoum in September 2014. Together, the action points will contribute to reducing trade costs, thereby enabling Sudanese enterprises and farmers to compete more successfully in regional and global markets and realize the GOS objectives of expanding and diversifying exports for increased economic growth. The recommendations accept that any changes in tariff schedules should be ‘revenue neutral,’ given the existing challenging fiscal situation.

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