Sudan: Army and civilians seal power-sharing deal
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Aug 19, 2019
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Sudan's competing political elites have signed a power-sharing agreement that should navigate the country away from military rule and towards democracy. We get analysis from Sally Nabil, the BBC's Arabic correspondent in Khartoum. French President, Emmanuel Macron meets his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin later today. We hear from Eric Chaney, economic adviser to the Institut Montaigne and former chief economist at Axa. On Monday the United States Trade Representative starts hearings in an investigation into France’s digital tax on technology companies. We hear from Jorn Fleck at the Atlantic Council in Washington. Lila MacLellan from online business site Quartz puts the case for allowing employees to take time off whenever they feel like it and get paid while they do it. Plus, we speak to independent economist Michael Hughes for our weekly look ahead to what to expect on the financial markets.

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