Uganda has seen significant economic progress over the past two decades. GDP growth has increased from 6.5 percent per year in the 1990s to over 7 percent per year in the 2000s (World Bank). However, global economic shocks, high inflation, and other domestic factors have slowed this growth since 2009; GDP is expected to grow by only 4.3 percent in 2001-12 and to not exceed 5 percent in 2012-13 (World Bank). With per capita income of US$490 in 2010, Uganda remains a poor country.
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- 2,27934.60 %14.00 %54.60
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