Currency volatility in South Sudan is a reflection of the global economy

Episode 1984,  Jun 14, 10:30 AM

Economist Akol Nyak Akol says currency volatility in South Sudan reflects a downturn in the global economy.  This comes after the country’s central Bank announced last week that it will inject 8million US dollars into the country’s economy on a weekly basis to stabilize the pound. Akol says the move is a positive one and will help meet the high demands of hard currency in the country.