Ugandan government runs out of options as subsidy costs overwhelm its calculations

Issue 223 - 19 Jan 2012
A government move to cut the subsidy it pays to keep electricity prices low for domestic and industrial consumers has fed into new fears of civil unrest and underlined the burden of paying for imported diesel until the Bujagali IPP eventually comes on stream

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