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December 09, 2010

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This is a positive step towards increased transparency. As pointed out below, it will be interesting to see what the public will think of all this data. More opportunities will arise via social networks, and I am sure this will bring forth positive voices for the improvement of what's lacking as a result of the public data display. Third world countries like Uganda should follow this up ; just recently, Oil has been a major concern in Uganda, and contracts are being drafted up and contents are not being revealed to the public, quite a scenario on the opposite end compared to what the British Government is undertaking. Being Transparent would encourage stability, boosting business for the various Apartments in Kampala and Hotels and the hospitality industry in general. Increased tourists usually lead to increased in-flows, more development, greater employment opportunities and higher standards of living.

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