FOREIGN BANKING INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN SOUTH SUDAN

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DECLARATION CERTIFICATION ii DEDICATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iv ABSTRACT v

CI-IAPTER ONE 1

1~O Background 1 Statement of the problem 4 Purpose of the study 5 Specific objectives 5 Research Questions 5 Hypothesis 5 Scope of study 5 Geographical scope 5 Theoretical scope 5 Content scope 6 Time scope 6 Significance of the study 6 Operational definitions of key terms 7

CHAPTERTWO 8

REVIEW OF RELATED LiTERATURE 8 2.0 Introduction 8 2.1 Foreign banking institutions 8 2.3 Related study on foreign banking institutions and economic growth 9

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CHAPTER THREE .13

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 13 3.1 Research Design 13 3.2 Research Population 13 3.3 Population Size 13 3.4 Sampling procedure 13 3.5 Research Instrument 13 3.6 Data Gathering 13 3.7 Data Analysis 14 3.8 Ethical considerations 14 3.9 Limitations 14

CHAPTER FOUR 15

4.0 PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA 15 Table 4.1: Age Structure of the sampled Respondents who hold bank accounts in foreign banks (South Sudan) 15 Table 4.2:Showing the Respondent’s Highest Education Level 16 4.1 Level of Economic growth in, South Sudan From 2005 — 2011 17 FIGURE 4.1: A Line Graph Showing Trends in Real GDP of South Sudan from 2005 2011 17 4.3 Over dependence on oil resource; 18 4.4 The quality of leadership and economic management; 18 Table4. 5: Showing the Number of Foreign Banking Institutions and Rates of Economic Growth in South Sudan from 2005 — 2011 19 4.5 The relationship between growth rate and foreign Banking institutions in South Sudan 19 4.6 A Linear Regression Model Showing Real GDP Growth Rates and Number of Foreign Banking Institutions in South Sudan 19 Table4. 6: Showing Regression Results Between Real GDP and From 2005-2011 .... 20 Table 4.7: Showing Responses determining the relationship between foreign banking institutions and economic growth in south Sudan using the questionnaire; 21

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CHAPTER FIVE .22

5.0 FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS 22 5.1 FINDINGS 22 5.2 CONCLUSIONS 23 5.3 RECOMMENDATIONS 24 5.3.1 The Role of the state 24 5.3.2 Role of the citizen 24 5.3.3 Role of Non Governmental Organizations 25 5.3.4 Suggested areas for further research or study; 25 REFERENCES 26 APENDIX I 29 LETTER OF INTRODUCTION 29 DATA ON (DEMOGRAPIC INFORMATION) 30 APENDIXIV 32 TIME FRAME 32 APENDIX V 33 RESEARCH BUDGET

ABSTRACT

The topic of the Research was Foreign Banking Institutions and Economic Growth in South Sudan. It was conducted in Juba, Republic of South Sudan and the main aim is to find out if there is any relationship between Foreign Banking Institutions and the level of Economic Growth in South Sudan. In order to obtain the necessary data required for the research, the researcher used techniques such as questionnaires, text books, interviews, internet, and reports. The researcher used both primary and secondary sources to obtain the data. Research findings were analysed, edited and presented numerical in table form The study established that there was very slow level of economic growth as well no relationship between foreign banking institutions and economic growth in South Sudan.The researcher concluded that Foreign Banking institutions do not contribute positively towards economic growth and recommended the government of South Sudan through the central bank and the national legislative assembly to review on monetary policy to regulate the operations of those banks.

FOREIGN BANKING INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN SOUTH SUDAN
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