South Sudan: Drought and war devastating economy

It now has to import almost everything, but rising customs fees are making even the most basic products unaffordable.

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    For South Sudan, there are hopes a continent-wide agreement will ease the economic crisis. Drought and war have decimated the young country's industries. It now has to import almost everything, but rising customs fees are making even the most basic products unaffordable.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Juba.


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