Khartoum -- There is something wrong with Sudanese food industry as the country is still importing food products despite farmers account for 80 percent of the population, the Ministry of Industry, Abdu Daoud Suleiman has said.
The Minister called for the necessity to employ the expertise of university instructors in a sustainable industrial development project to turn Sudan into an industrial country considering its abundant natural resources.
Suleiman noted that sincere will is needed for developing Sudanese products under the present financial and political support in addition a serious resolve by the bank to supply needed inputs, especially financial support in coordination with Commercial Chambers Union.
The Minister of High Education and Scientific Research Sumayah Abu-Kashawa revealed her ministry would sign agreement with the ministry of industry to make use of scientific research in aid of industrial development in the country.
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of High Education Azhari Omar Abdel-Bagi argued that industrial renaissance is only attainable through concerted efforts, adding that Sudan has more than 17000 specialists in different fields, but their expertise and experiments are yet to be exploited.
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