Entrepreneurial Missions Index
43,551,941 (30th most populous country in the world)
Oil, cotton ginning, textiles, cement, edible oils, sugar, soap distilling, shoes, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals, armaments, automobile/light truck assembly
Unless otherwise noted, all information included here was obtained from the World Factbook project 4, conducted by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). For more detailed information about Sudan, visit https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/sd.html.
Business InformationThe World Bank ranks Sudan as 0 out of 183 economies in terms of ease of doing business. The country ranks as 0 (of 183) in terms of ease of starting a business.
It requires 0 procedures, takes 0 days, and costs N/A% of income per capita to start a business in Sudan.
The World Bank ranks Sudan as 154th out of 183 economies in terms of ease of doing business. The country ranks as 118th (of 183) in terms of ease of starting a business.
It requires 10 procedures, takes 36 days, and costs 36% of income per capita to start a business in Sudan.
In order to start a business in Sudan, one must follow these procedures:
- Submit application for preliminary approval to Registrar and reserve company name
- Notarize memorandum and articles of association
- Notify taxation chambers
- Register with commercial registry
- Conduct site inspection
- Apply for tax identification number
- Register for VAT
- Register with labor authorities
- Enroll employees for social security
- Make a company seal
The World Economic Forum (WEF) was founded in 1971 by Klaus Martin Schwab at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. It is a non-profit foundation best known for its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, which brings together top business leaders, international political leaders, selected intellectuals and journalists to discuss both economic and social issues facing the world. The WEF also serves as a think tank, and publishes a wide range of reports focusing on issues of concern and importance to Forum communities. In particular, Strategic Insight Teams focus on producing reports of relevance in the fields of competitiveness, global risks and scenario thinking. The Global Competitiveness Report measures competitiveness of countries and economic competitiveness among a wide range of factors such as corruption, tax rates, work ethic, and many others.
Sudan Economic Freedom
The annual survey Economic Freedom of the World is an indicator produced by the Fraser Institute, a libertarian think tank which attempts to measure the degree of economic freedom in the world's nations. Economic Freedom of the World index has been more widely used than any other measure of economic freedom, because of its coverage of a longer time period
Their measure of economic freedom is based on that the following standards:
- Personal choice rather than collective choice,
- Voluntary exchange coordinated by markets rather than allocation via the political process,
- Freedom to enter and compete in markets, and
- Protection of persons and their property from aggression by others.
A state will rate high when it focuses on protection of people and their property from the actions of aggressors, enforcement of contracts, and provision of the limited set of public goods like roads, flood control projects, and money of stable value and little else, but a country’s rating on the EFW summary index will fall as government expenditures increase and regulations expand.
2 Free the World
Gwartney, James and Robert Lawson with Herbert Grubel, Jakob de Haan, Jan-Egbert Sturm, and Eelco Zandberg (2009). Economic Freedom of the World: 2009 Annual Report. Vancouver, BC: The Fraser Institute. Data retrieved from www.freetheworld.com.