Central African Republic: Insecurity in Bangui Increases Food Prices, Lay-Offs

[IRIN]Bangui -A security crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR) – which began on 10 December 2012, when the rebel Seleka Alliance attacked the capital, Bangui, and continued after Seleka ousted former President François Bozizé on 24 March – is ratcheting up food prices, causing unemployment and salary payment delays, and throwing the banking system into turmoil.

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