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Historically labour costs were based on the wage laws of the Republic of Sudan, however since independence labour laws such as those stipulating a national minimum wage have been under review. The current Labour Bill of 2012 however defines various issues surrounding acceptable working conditions such as a 48 hour work week, the calculation of overtime payments and annual and maternity leave provisions.

Manual labour is readily available however in some sectors unions play important roles in determining numeration 

Rates vary currently with the fluctuating exchange rate.