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Sudan defies world property slump

Ala Subh BBC
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BBC correspondents from around the world are taking the pulse of the world economy, and this week they are focusing on the state of the property market.

Despite the international financial crisis, the Sudanese real estate market in the capital Khartoum is booming.

Many local and foreign companies from UAE, Qatar and Malaysia are investing in the real estate, attracted by a boom fuelled by rising oil production and the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005 between Khartoum and former rebels in southern Sudan.



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