Sudan and Turkey have formed a partnership to establish the first copper firm in the Red Sea State in eastern Sudan. The deal was sealed Thursday during the meeting between a visiting Turkish delegation and Sudan’s Minerals Minister Hashim Ali Salem. “The primary talks resulted in the importance of establishing a copper factory in Sudan.”…

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