Southern Sudan on the brink of collapse: deputy governor

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Southern Sudan could run out of foreign currency in about a fortnight, placing it on the cusp of economic meltdown, if the north of the country continues to starve it of foreign currency, Elijah Malok, the president of the Bank of Southern Sudan and a deputy governor of the Central Bank of Sudan, told CentralBanking.com on Tuesday.

Under a 2004 wealth-sharing agreement, the south is entitled to half of the country's oil revenues, to be paid by the Central Bank of Sudan, which is the monetary aut

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