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Tanzania’s Energy Plan Hit Hard After US Suspends Aid Worth $470m

Plans to intensify rural electrification in Tanzania have been stalled after the US suspended $470m over Zanzibar vote dispute.

Tanzania’s Energy Plan Hit Hard After US Suspends Aid Worth $470m
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