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Kenya and South Sudan have a long shared history of friendship beginning with the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in the year 2005 which was brokered by Kenya. Upon South Sudan's independence the two neighboring countries established close economic relations to boost their development. The primary focus of this book is on Kenya's economic diplomacy in South Sudan. Kenya has conducted economic diplomacy in South Sudan through capacity building and technical assistance, providing business support to the South Sudanese, exporting of foodstuffs, the use of the Mombasa port to the South Sudanese for its export and import trade among other initiatives. This work is guided by the economic interdependence theory. The main argument of the economic interdependence theory is that today there are numerous ways that link states. Economic diplomacy has assumed a significant part in international trade particularly in the case of the two countries. Economic Diplomacy is the trade interaction that takes place between two countries. This trade interaction involves exchange of goods and services, free movement of people, the bargaining process, negotiations among other factors.
Edible Oils Market provides the reader with an in depth knowledge about the edible oil market strategies in Sudan. Sudan is the largest and most diverse country in Africa. Since independence in1956, the successive governments experienced several economic and political challenges that limit their Ability to achieve the motto: Sudan is the world food basket, Although Many factors and facts qualify Sudan to achieve that motto. Today's the country suffers from a gap in various food commodities, including edible oils. Despite the fact that Sudan now is the second country in Africa in attracting and receiving foreign investments, the infrastructure remains relatively modest in ways that affect the ability of people through the country to receive the goods and services they need. The purpose of this study is: (1) To provide comprehensive literature review about the current situation in Sudan and its reflection on the production of edible oils. (2) To identify current Sudanese import and export quantities of edible oil. (3) To set up recommendations for the ministry of industry, chamber of oils and soap and all investors based on the foregoing points.
China, India, Nigeria, Sudan and Indonesia are the top five producers of Groundnut in the World. Argentina and India are the major exporters and European Union and Vietnam are the major importers of Groundnut. India is the second largest producer of Groundnut in the world and produced 7.15 million tonnes from an area of 4.76 million ha with productivity of 1552 kg per hectare. Groundnut production is highly vulnerable to rainfall deviations and display huge fluctuation between years. India exported around 9 lakh tonnes of Groundnut in 2015. Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Pakistan are the major export destination for Indian Groundnut and contributed 74 per cent share to the Indian exports. The major trading zones for Groundnut in India are Chennai in Tamil Nadu, Gondal & Adoni in Gujarat, Karnool in Andhra Pradesh and Devengere in Karnataka. Tamil Nadu is the largest producer in India and produced 9.20 lakh tonnes per annum from an area of 3.30 lakh ha and productivity is 3442 kg/ha. There existed frequent price changes in Groundnut over years since consumption of oil is largely affected by import of edible oil into India