Burkina Faso; Policies to Protect the Poor From the Impact of Food and Energy Price Increases
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KeywordsBurkina Faso; fuel price subsidies; food price shock; conditional cash transfer system; cash transfer; subsidies; conditional cash transfer; subsidy; cash transfers; Taxation; and Revenue: General; Taxation and Subsidies: Incidence;
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