Date: Friday, 09 March 2018
The African nation's economy has deteriorated in recent months after Khartoum devalued the pound currency and slashed its wheat price subsidies, leading to riots across the country in January.
The central bank announced the agreement in a statement late on March 8 but did not name the Turkish company involved.
Sudan's state news agency SUNA named the company as Öztürk. It said the deal would "facilitate imports,” without providing further details.
Khartoum devalued the Sudanese currency to 18 pounds per dollar in January from 6.7, but black market rates soared as high as 40 pounds last month.
The central bank said in its statement on March 8 that the loan was part of expanding economic and trade cooperation with Turkey.