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The Economic Roots of Racial Friction in Uganda

would not be merely to examine the cases after the event, or only when referred to by the parties concerned or by the government, but to keep constant watch on prices and incomes in the various sectors of the economy, and plan their movements in advance. Lastly, therefore, incomes policy would be an instrument of planning, concerned with the planning of in comes of the various groups in the society commensurate with economic and social objectives of the country.

Who Are the Dispossessed of Uganda-Rejoinder

redundancies, has only strengthened the Asians' resolve. They are now holding out for removal of the new white knitters to other factories and for an assurance from the management that in future all jobs in knitting would be filled by internal advertisement in the works.
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