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MTN Uganda says dry weather, inflation and currency concerns are headwinds that the mobile operator continues to grapple with as it reported interim mobile data revenue growth of more than a third on Thursday.

MTN Uganda’s outgoing CEO, Wim Vanhelleputte, said the half-year to end-June was characterised by increased inflationary and currency pressures. ..

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