Sudan, S.Sudan peace deals include banking, monetary accord

Sudan and South Sudan have agreed, as a part of peace discussions, to cooperate on banking and monetary policy, which could help boost trade between both countries after decades of civil war. According to the official statements, any commercial bank will have access to other country's banking market through foreign bank license, and also both central banks will cooperate more tightly in order to stabilize monetary policy and keep inflation under control.

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