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The Ugandan economy recorded remarkable growth over the period 1986/7 to 2004/5. However, more recent macro economic data presents mixed data regarding the performance of the economy.

Since the early 1990s, Uganda's development agenda has been driven by the need to eradicate mass poverty.

This paper identifies which households have - and those which have not - benefited from trader under Uganda's more liberal economic regime and suggests what can be done to spread the benefits more widely.

The most important foreign capital flows to developing countries since the 1970s have been foreign aid, workers remittences, or unrequited private transfers, and foreign direct investment, in that order.

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