Sudan Raises Transport Costs 35% Amid Plan to Cut Fuel SubsidySalma El Wardany
Sudan raised public-transport prices by as much as 35 percent in Khartoum state amid plans by the government to lift subsidies on gasoline and fuel oil, the Bus Drivers Association said.
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