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Financial overview for global venture

I need to do the following for a global venture of Solar energy in the country of Sudan. The financial is total fiction, but I am having trouble of where to start with that and the sources of financing. This is for a powerpoint presentation not a paper. I just can't seem to get started and some help would be great.

Prepare a financial overview for your global venture. Include a chart that represents the general budget for your global venture. Explain how your company will deal with foreign exchange risk for your global operation.

Identify potential domestic and international sources of financing for your global venture. Include at least two possible financial institutions within your chosen region

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I need to do the following for a global venture of Solar energy in the country of Sudan. The financial is total fiction, but I am having trouble of where to start with that and the sources of financing. This is for a powerpoint presentation not a paper. I just can't seem to get started and some help would be great.
Prepare a financial overview for your global venture. Include a chart that represents the general budget for your global venture. Explain how your company will deal with foreign exchange risk for your global operation. Identify potential domestic and international sources of financing for your global venture. Include at least two possible financial institutions within your chosen region
About Sudan
As per BBC, Sudan is the largest and one of the most diverse countries in Africa, home to deserts, mountain ranges, swamps and rain forests. Moreover it's a sun-belt country and it is poised to use its solar resources to fuel its growth. The Capital city of Sudan is Khartoum. We will locate our Head office in the capital city itself. The currency of Sudan is Sudanese dinar.

Venture of Solar energy
Solar energy venture has got huge potential in Sudan. The local government is giving lot of incentives to promote it. As per un.org, "In the annual 2004 national development budget, the Sudanese parliament passed a resolution exempting photovoltaic system components from import duties and the value added tax. The government has further decided to invest in a joint venture with China for a module assembly line. It is expected that the combined effects of tax reduction and local assembly will reduce photovoltaic costs by 30-40 per cent."
Moreover as per gefweb.org, a recently-concluded project supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) took the use of photovoltaic (PV) systems in Sudan to a new level. The project was developed and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to help meet growing energy ...

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