Sudan
Statistical Annex

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Abstract

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Table 1.

Sudan: Origin of Gross Domestic Product, 1993/94–97 1/

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Sources: Ministry of Economics, Planning, and Investment; and Fund staff estimates.

Data were reported based on fiscal year until 1995, and on calendar year from 1995.

Table 2.

Sudan: Indicators of Selected Agricultural Crops, 1993/94–1996/97 1/

(Area in thousands of feddans; production in thousands of metric tons; and yield in kilograms per feddan)

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Source: Ministry of Agriculture.

Excludes fruits and vegetables that account for a large portion of agricultural output.

Table 3.

Sudan: Consumer Price Index, 1992–December 1997 1/

(Index, January 1990 = 100)

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Sources: Statistics Department of the Ministry of Finance.

Middle income index covering greater Khartoum area.

Table 4.

Sudan: Central Government Operations, 1993/94–97 1/

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Sources: Ministry of Finance; Bank of Sudan; and Fund staff projections.

Starting in 1996, all official accounting moved from a fiscal year (July-June) to a calendar year basis.

Starting in 1995, includes expenditures on commodity aid.

As reported in the monetary survey by the Bank of Sudan.

Table 5.

Sudan: Monetary Survey and Factors Affecting Liquidity, 1993/94–1997

(In billions of Sudanese pounds, unless otherwise stated)

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Sources: Bank of Sudan; and Fund staff projections.

Private sector and nonfinancial public enterprises.

Net reserve assets.

Nominal GDP divided by the monthly average of money and quasi-money during the period.

Table 6.

Sudan: Summary Balance of Payments, 1993/94–97

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Source: Staff estimates based on information provided by the Sudanese authorities.

Includes estimates of late interest accrued during the year and Fund special charges.

Net short-term trade and other credit facilities of the Bank of Sudan and commercial banks.

Including refunds of burden sharing.

In May 1995, reflects a restructuring debt operation with the African Development Bank Group amounting to US$29 million.

Table 7.

Sudan: Main Commodities Subject to Excise, Sales, and Consumption Taxes, and their Rates, 1997

(In percent, unless otherwise stated)

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Source: Data provided by the Sudanese authorities.

Revenues collected are transfered to the Central Government.

Revenues collected are transfered to the State Governments.

Revenues collected are shared by the Central and State Governments.

Table 8.

Sudan: Selected Commodities Subject to Import Tariffs and Consumption Tax, 1997

(In percent; unless otherwise stated)

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Source: Data provided by the Sudanese Authorities.
Table 9.

Sudan: Cotton Production, 1993/94–1996/97 1/

(In thousands of bales) 2/

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Sources: Ministry of Agriculture; and Fund staff estimates.

Based on crops cycle.

One bale of lint weighs 420 pounds or approximately 0.191 metric tons.

Table 10.

Sudan: Harvested Area, Production, and Yield of Cotton, Average 1994/95–1996/97

(Area in thousands of feddans; production in thousands of metric tons; and yield in kilograms per feddan)

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Source: Ministry of Agriculture.
Table 11.

Sudan: Cropped Area, Output, and Yield of Major Noncotton Crops, 1993/94–1996/97

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Sources: Ministry of Agriculture; Ministry of Economics, Planning, and Investment; and Gum Arabic Corporation.