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Chamber of Commerce survey suggests ‘malpractices’ contribute to shortages

Waakhe Simon
South Sudan's Chamber of Commerce asked the government to eliminate corruption which is worsening food shortages in the country.
25.08.2014  |  Juba
A woman sells food at Custom Market in Juba, March 28, 2010.
A woman sells food at Custom Market in Juba, March 28, 2010.

According to a recent survey conducted by the Chamber of Commerce, corruption within some key government agencies causes high prices of goods and services in South Sudan.

Waakhe Simon Wudu reports: