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Sudan received about $2 billion of concessional loans from Gulf Arab nations in the past three months, a Finance Ministry official said, a sign of improving ties with the region's U.S.-allied monarchies.The North African country, which lost about three-quarters of its oil reserves when South Sudan seceded four years ago, is targeting economic growth of 6.3 percent by the end of 2015, up from 3.6 percent last year, Dirar said.Though South Sudan, its economy roiled by 19 months of civil war, has requested talks to lower the charges, Sudan's government has no plans to change the pricing, Dirar said.
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