Tombura, 10th November 2017. The acting minister of finance in Tambura State says that South Sudan is now undergoing serious economic crises which have create great impact on the country’s economy and business in the country.
She says this started some years back due to the inflation of dollar in the international market and also the civil war which has effect oil production and Agriculture sectors very much. Anisa Radio reports.
She mentions that even local producer’s in Tambura State are increasing the prices of their commodities so that they can afford other things.
Anna explains that traders are also going through difficulties such as blockage of the road around the state which leads long influx of goods in the state.
She adds that the government is trying to eliminate unsuitable taxes on the road which is also affecting the traders and security for their shops in the state so that people can get what they need.