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The nineties have seen a fundamental shift in the policy and practice governing the pricing and marketing of petroleum products in Sub-Saharan Africa. Strict government control has been replaced by liberalization. Oil multinationals have been permitted once more to pursue their own strategies in importing and retailing petroleum products. In this volume, the consequences of this shift are examined in the context of two very different cases: Kenya, where full liberalization has been achieved, and Ethiopia, where the transition from state control to liberalization has just begun. A comparative analysis of these cases yields valuable insights into policies and strategies that African countries need to deploy to ensure lasting benefits from liberalization.
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M.R. Bhagavan is with the Swedish International Development Agency.
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