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I see no problem in S. Sudan-Okada

By: Mandela Nelson Denis

Though the biggest problem hindering business in the country remains security, Japan’s ambassador to South Sudan said there was no problem in doing business in the country.

Speaking during the chambers of commerce quality awards held in Juba Seji Okada told the gathering that all is fine in the country.

“Yes the biggest problem is security but I see all is fine, as I talk now South Sudanese honey is so popular in Japan and is been exported by one Japanese business man”, said Okada

Okada further said that although South Sudanese honey remained popular the quantity exported still remained less for the demand in Japan.

“there are so many honey in South Sudan but the capacity of dealers needs to be built because over two hundred tons of honey is needed in Japan while the Japanese business man do not get enough”, Okada said He vowed to work hard to build the relation between the two countries because both would benefit from one another.

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