The U.S. will formally revoke most economic sanctions against Sudan as of Oct. 12 in recognition of additional positive developments in that country.
Excerpt from Sandler, Travis, & Rosenberg Trade Report
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Earlier this year the U.S. responded to progress in five key areas by taking steps to restore bilateral trade. Ties could be normalized further, the State Department states, but “much more progress is needed” and the U.S. is prepared to use additional tools to pressure Sudan if it regresses or takes negative actions in other areas of concern.
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