The Central Bank of Sudan reportedly placed a statement in the local Alintibaha newspaper that called for tenders to build a gold refinery in the capital, Khartoum.
Interested parties should submit their proposals by September 4, the central bank said in a statement published on Monday, according to local reports.
Sudan is currently locked in a dispute with newly independent South Sudan regarding the production of oil, which must pass across the border to be exported from the northern country.
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