Mbale


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Mbale

 

a city in Uganda at the foot of Mt. Elgon, on a highway. Population, 23,500 (1969). The city has a railroad station. Mbale is the trade center of an agricultural region (cotton, food grains, bananas). Flour-milling, vegetable-oil, soap, and leather enterprises are located there.

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