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Mideast in Pictures: Businesses drop off in Sudan's Khartoum

Mideast in Pictures: Businesses drop off in Sudan's Khartoum

© Provided by Xinhua KHARTOUM, May 11 (Xinhua) -- A weak economy and a lingering political impasse have made the lives of Sudanese people even harder. The declining purchasing power of the customers has impacted businesses in the capital Khartoum, where vendors complain about the largely stagnated business activities amid inflation and the...

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