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Price rises spark anger in Jordan

Jordan has so far managed to avoid the chaos of the Arab Spring.

However, its deep economic problems are being exacerbated by a government financial crisis.

Some austerity measures - including a reduction in public subsidies on electricity, gas and fuel - have sparked street protests.

The BBC's Rob Young reports from Amman.

  • 27 Dec 2012
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