South Sudan is searching for an international company to help run its nascent national airline in a public-private partnership. The newly-formed country is eager to attract foreign investment and hopes that forming its own airline will help it to better connect the landlocked nation with the outside world. “We’re going to develop a public-private partnership in order to establish a South Sudan airline … It will be run commercially by an international, reputable company,” Deputy Minister of Transport Mayom Kuoc Malek said in an interview. “This project is a priority because as a landlocked country we need to reach the
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