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Sudan is an overwhelmingly agricultural country. Much of the farming is of a subsistence kind; agriculture occupies some 80% of the workforce but contributes only 35% of the GDP. Agricultural production varies from year to year because of intermittent droughts that cause widespread famine. The government plays a major role in planning the economy. The leading export crops are cotton, sesame, peanuts, and sugar. Other agricultural products include sorghum, millet, wheat, cassava, tropical fruits, and sweet potatoes. Sheep, cattle, goats, and camels are raised. A variety of forest products are produced, by far the most important being gum arabic, with Sudan accounting for much of the total world production. Rich mineral resources are available in Sudan including: petroleum, natural gas, gold, silver, chrome, asbestos, manganese, gypsum, mica, zinc, iron, lead, uranium, copper, kaolin, cobalt, granite, nickel and tin.
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Country Population: 36,992,490
Country Capital: Khartoum
Country Currency: Sudanese pound


Sudan’s Top 10

1.Museums in Khartoum
2.Bayuda Desert
3.Sudan Redsea Resort Divers
4.Gebel Barkal
5.Tuti Island
6. Al Kabir Mosque
7.Sudan Art Diwan
8.Ethnographic Museum
9.Marawi Bookshop
10.WWII Cemetery


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