South Sudan to Cut Down on Expatriates, Force Firms to Hire Locals

South Sudan plans to cut down on expatriate workers and force foreign firms and aid groups to hire more local residents to combat high unemployment, President Salva Kiir said on Tuesday.
The move by the government of one of the world’s poorest countries comes after decades of civil war with the north and would affect mainly nationals of Arican neighbors such as Uganda, Ethiopia and Kenya.
The government has been …

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