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Sudan State-Level Public Expenditure Review : Meeting the Challenges of Poverty Reduction and Basic Service Delivery, Synthesis Report

TAX INCENTIVES TAX ENFORCEMENT SUB-NATIONAL ENTITIES REVENUE PERFORMANCE SUB-NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS BUDGET CYCLE SUB- NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS POLICY REFORMS VILLAGES CITY REVENUE MOBILIZATION VILLAGE TOTAL PUBLIC EXPENDITURES MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE PUBLIC INVESTMENTS FISCAL TRANSFERS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FINANCIAL RESOURCES COMMUNITY HEALTH LOCAL REVENUE RESOURCE ALLOCATION TAXPAYER COMPLIANCE CENTRAL BUDGET REVENUES POLITICAL DECENTRALIZATION TAX BURDEN REVENUE ASSIGNMENT SYSTEM TAX TAX LEGISLATION FEDERAL REVENUES FISCAL FEDERALISM BUDGET FORMULATION TOTAL PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVENUE SOURCES PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT MUNICIPALITIES FISCAL CONSTRAINTS MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK REVENUE ASSIGNMENT REVENUE-GENERATING CAPACITY SUBNATIONAL FISCAL CRISIS SUB- NATIONAL REVENUE GAP MINISTRY POLICY PRIORITIES SUB- NATIONAL EXPENDITURES TOTAL EXPENDITURE MINISTRY OF HEALTH REVENUE PROJECTIONS REVENUE CAPACITY REVENUE BASE FEDERAL TRANSFERS TO STATES REDISTRIBUTION TAX EXEMPTIONS BUDGET EXECUTION TRANSFERS MINISTRIES REVENUE STRUCTURE PUBLIC FINANCE EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENT CAPITAL EXPENDITURE TAX REVENUES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW EXPENDITURE DATA ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC INVESTMENT TAXES EXPENDITURE SUB-NATIONAL EQUITY REVENUE ENHANCEMENT FEDERAL INVESTMENT STATE MINISTRY STATE EXPENDITURE CENTRAL CONTROL EMERGENCY FUND FISCAL FRAMEWORK STATE GOVERNMENT FEDERAL TRANSFERS BUDGET PROCESS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MEDIUM-TERM FISCAL FEDERAL GRANTS CENTRAL GOVERNMENT LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FEDERAL MINISTRY EXPENDITURES FEDERAL MONEY TAX EVASION SUB-NATIONAL GOVERNMENT BLOCK GRANTS INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL ARRANGEMENTS EXPENDITURE TRACKING FEDERAL MINISTRIES TOWN TAX REVENUE REVENUE COLLECTION TAXATION EXPENDITURE ESTIMATES REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS PUBLIC DEVELOPMENT STATE GOVERNMENTS PUBLIC ENTITIES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT MINISTRY OF FINANCE FISCAL MANAGEMENT FEDERAL SPENDING POVERTY TOTAL EXPENDITURES TAXPAYERS SECTOR EXPENDITURES TAX ADMINISTRATION FEDERALISM DECENTRALIZATION FEDERAL TRANSFER REVENUE TAX POLICY TOTAL FEDERAL REVENUES FEDERAL EXPENDITURE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER CAPITAL EXPENDITURES GOVERNORS POVERTY RATE COMMUNITY FISCAL DISCIPLINE PUBLIC SPENDING REVENUE LOSS FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FEDERAL TRANSFER SYSTEM
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2015-12-23T15:34:08Z | 2015-12-23T15:34:08Z | 2014-05

Sudan has the potential to become a dynamic economy and a bread basket for the Arab world and East-Central Africa. However, resource endowment is not sufficient to bring about sustainable growth and prosperity. Sudans macroeconomic conditions remain weak since the secession of South Sudan in 2011, despite some improvements. The repercussions of the secession of South Sudan present enormous challenges for Sudan with respect to managing the macro-fiscal adjustment and promoting a structural re-orientation of the economy. The signing in March 2013 of the implementation matrix of the agreement between Sudan and South Sudan provides some fresh financial relief to Sudan and creates a great opportunity for further policy reforms to address the post-secession challenges. Sudans growth strategy should involve policies aimed at improving the investment climate and broadening private sector-led growth, and diversifying the economy toward non-oil sectors such as agriculture, industry, export, and local trade.

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