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Article
21 June 2002
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Auteur: Reuters

President Yoweri Museveni said in remarks published yesterday a controversial $550 million Ugandan power project [Bujagali dam] would go ahead whether environmentalist critics liked it or not...The consortium building the dam for AES, which will be the...

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21 June 2002
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Auteur: UN Wire

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said yesterday that construction of the controversial Bujagali Dam will go ahead as planned regardless of whether the World Bank approves funding for the project.

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20 June 2002
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20 June 2002
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Auteur: Hamis Kaheru, New Vision [Uganda]

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday said the planned construction of Bujagali hydro-electricity power station must go on regardless of whether or not donors provide credit facilities to fund it.

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19 June 2002
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Auteur: Reuters

The World Bank believes a controversial hydroelectric dam project in Uganda is economically viable and it supports that government's efforts to protect the environment, the bank said in a statement...The bank was replying to issues raised by its own...

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18 June 2002
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Auteur: Declan Walsh, Independent [UK]

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18 June 2002
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Auteur: UN Wire

[dam would be built by AES Corp.] - The World Bank yesterday postponed a decision on funding for Uganda's controversial Bujagali Dam project following a report by an independent inspection panel that questions the plan's economic and environmental...

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18 June 2002
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Article
11 June 2002
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Auteur: Alan Beattie, Financial Times

A controversial hydro-electric dam in Uganda backed by the World Bank [proposed Bujagali dam, to be built by U.S. company AES] could damage the environment and lead to unfeasibly high electricity prices, according to the bank's own inspectors.

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21 March 2002
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Auteur: Gerald Tenywa, New Vision [Uganda]

Uganda's new policy on forestry can be best described as the voice of the people. This is because it has evolved out of consultations and is expected to bring about poverty alleviation and enhance conservation.

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