The Economic Structure of the Sudan and the Ten Year Plan 1961/62–1970/71

  • Rolf Güsten
Part of the Afrika-Studien book series (AFRIKA-STUDIEN, volume 9)


In area the Sudan is the largest country on the African continent. Extending over approximately one million square miles (2.5 million square kilometres), it is about ten times the size of the Federal Republic of Germany. The last census (1955/56) showed a population of 10.26 million. In 1963 it just reached 13 million. At 2.8°/o the annual rate of population growth is very high for Africa. With 5 inhabitants to the square kilometre, population density in the Sudan is considerably below the average for Africa (8 persons per square km.).


Foreign Trade National Income Public Investment Public Utility Modern Agriculture 
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© Springer-Verlag OHG, Berlin · Heidelberg 1966

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