South Sudan Investment Opportunities Analyzed in 2013 Market Research Report

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ReportsnReports.com adds new market research report “South Sudan Report 2013” to its store. This report analyses South Sudan economy, politics, agriculture, housing and urban development, mining, oil, power, transport, water and business investment opportunities.

A comprehensive overview of the economy, politics and emerging projects market of the world’s newest country!

South Sudan is the world’s newest country. Though undoubtedly poor, it has almost unlimited potential thanks to its substantial oil and gas reserves and receptiveness to foreign investment. The latest market intelligence report from MEED Insight, the South Sudan Report 2013, explores the large number of investment opportunities that are appearing across all sectors in the country.

This new research report provides you with everything you need to know about South Sudan’s economy, politics and projects market, taking into account all of its major sectors and project plans.

With the majority of the population living a subsistence, agrarian existence, it is a market that is wildly different from the hydrocarbons-dominated GCC. However, it is a country with an incredible growth opportunity, particularly given its large oil and gas reserves.

In time, with its plentiful oil and gas reserves, South Sudan’s economy is likely to boom and there is no better time than now for companies to explore these project and other commercial opportunities.

Through this comprehensive research report you will be able to:

  •     Understand key emerging investment opportunities in South Sudan
  •     Learn about government plans for each sector
  •     Gain insight into the region’s political and economic picture
  •     Stay one step ahead of the competition with first mover advantage

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Table of Content for “South Sudan Report 2013”
1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Politics
3.1 Background
3.2 Political system
3.2.1 Parliament
3.2.2 State government
3.2.3 Judiciary
3.3 Political issues
3.3.1 North-south relations
3.3.2 Abyei
3.3.3 Border demarcation

4. Economy
4.1 Overview
4.2 Macroeconomy
4.2.1 Economic growth
4.2.2 Currency and inflation
4.4 Budget
4.5 Aid
4.6 Economy data appendices

5. Agriculture
5.1 Overview
5.2 Institutions
5.3 Regulations
5.4 Strategy
5.5 Investment
5.5.1 Cereals and oil crops
5.5.2 Sugar
5.5.3 Funding
5.6 Issues
5.7 Land grabbing

6. Housing and urban development
6.1 Overview
6.2 Regulatory framework
6.3 Investment
6.4 Strategy
6.5 Projects
6.5.1 New capital
6.5.2 Urban masterplanning
6.6 Issues
6.6.1 Finance
6.6.2 Legal framework
6.6.3 Construction materials
6.6.4 Urban housing provision

7. Mining
7.1 Overview
7.2 Institutions
7.3 Regulation
7.4 Land and resource ownership
7.5 Licences
7.5.1 Fees and royalties
7.5.2 Reconnaissance licence
7.5.3 Exploration licence
7.5.4 Small-scale mining lease
7.5.5 Large-scale mining lease
7.6 Investment
7.6.1 Brinkley Mining/New Kush Exploration
7.6.2 Epic Exploration

8. Oil
8.1 Overview
8.1.1 Reserves
8.1.2 Production
8.1.3 Marketing
8.2 Institutions
8.3 Regulation
8.4 Upstream
8.4.1 Blocks 1a and 1b
8.4.2 Block 5A
8.4.3 Blocks 3 & 7
8.4.4 Block B
8.4.5 Block A
8.4.6 Block 5B
8.4.7 Block E
8.4.8 New acreage
8.5 Export pipelines
8.6 Refining
8.6.1 Vitol refinery
8.6.2 Akon refinery

9. Power
9.1 Overview
9.2 Regulatory framework
9.3 Institutions
9.3.1 Electricity & Dams Ministry
9.3.2 South Sudan Electricity Corporation
9.3.3 Regulation
9.3.4 Distribution
9.4 Investment framework
9.4.1 Generation
9.5 Strategy
9.5.1 Rural electrification
9.6 Projects
9.6.1 Progress to date
9.6.2 Plans
9.6.3 Hydroelectricity
9.6.4 Other projects
9.7 Regional cooperation
9.7.1 Power imports
9.7.2 Regional power trade project
9.7.3 East Africa Power Pool

10. Transport
10.1 Aviation
10.1.1 Overview
10.1.2 Projects
10.2 Rail
10.2.1 Overview
10.2.2 Projects
10.2.3 Issues
10.3 River transport
10.3.1 Overview
10.3.2 Strategy
10.3.3 Studies
10.3.4 Projects
10.3.5 Issues
10.4 Roads
10.4.1 Introduction
10.4.2 Institutions
10.4.3 Strategy
10.4.4 Projects
10.4.5 International roads
10.4.6 National roads
10.4.7 Urban roads .
10.4.8 Local roads
10.4.9 Bridges
10.4.10 Challenges

11. Water
11.1 Overview
11.2 Resources
11.3 Regulation
11.4 Institutions
11.5 Investment
11.6 Strategy
11.7 Financing
11.8 Projects
11.8.1 Juba water treatment plant
11.8.2 Rural water infrastructure
11.9 Regional cooperation
11.10 Issues
11.10.1 Environment
11.10.2 Technology

12. Doing business in South Sudan
12.1 Overview
12.2 Institutions
12.2.1 Commerce, Industry & Investment Ministry
12.2.2 South Sudan Investment Authority
12.2.3 One-stop shop
12.3 Regulation
12.3.1 Ownership
12.3.2 National priority
12.3.3 Repatriation of capital profits and dividends
12.3.4 Land leases
12.3.5 Environment
12.3.6 Dispute resolution
12.4 Investment
12.4.1 Investment certificates
12.4.2 Priority areas
12.5 Investment incentives
12.5.1 Strategic investment
12.5.2 Tax exemptions and concessions
12.5.3 Fiscal incentives
12.6 Tax
12.7 Licence applications

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