South Sudan runs out of foreign exchange reserves as pound falls

President Salva Kiir holding South Sudanese pounds.

Photo credit: File | AFP

What you need to know:

  • Daniel Kech Pouch said the pound was depreciating sharply.

South Sudan has run out of foreign exchange reserves as oil revenues have plummeted, and it cannot stop its currency from sliding, a central bank official said.

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