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08:02
08:02

Entebbe Free Trade Zone Nears Completion, Promising Significant Economic Benefits Lake Victoria 2

The Entebbe facility is designed to promote export-led investment by offering duty exemptions, making Uganda's exports more competitive in international markets.
10:23
10:23

Police Investigating SACCO Leaders over Loss of UGX 114M 3

The SACCO leaders are accused of swindling the members’ savings, leading to the temporary closure of the SACCO.
14:23
14:23

Moroto Vendors Continue Doing Business on the Streets Despite Ultimatum Moroto municipality 4 1

Betty Akunyo, one of the street vendors says they prefer selling from the streets because the spaces allocated for them in the market do not favor their business.
15:30
15:30

Gulu, Mbarara Cities Lose Bid to Host EAC Trade Fair Gulu City Council 1 2

The two cities had been listed among those identified as the next possible venues for the rotational trade fair that brings together the seven East African Community partner states. The other cities were Kampala and Mbale.
06:57
06:57

Banyankole Kwetarana Board Officials On The Spot Over Missing UGX 331M 2 2

Denis Eidu, a senior auditor also presented the reports from 2014 to 2019, which implicated the previous board led by Geoffrey Bangirana for causing the union a financial loss of Shillings 1.5billion through travels and unexplained payments.
20:05
20:05

Uganda Sugar Exports to Kenya Rise Steadily –Trade Minister 1

But the dumping of foreign sugar by Ugandan smugglers has hurt the Ugandan sugar farmers most, with the sub-region of Busoga most affected. The latest permit for exporting 20,000 tons is part of the annual duty free 90,000 tons agreed upon by both governments, on condition of submission of proof that it is not dumped from external markets.
15:29
15:29

COVID -19: Trade Ministry to Set up Call Off Centers for Truck Drivers ura 2

With trans-boundary cargo vehicle drivers and their crew appearing to be the main new threat of spreading COVID-19 disease in Uganda, the ministry of trade is trying to revise guidelines for the truck drivers to ensure that they don’t spread the disease to the communities on route to their respective destinations.
20:48
20:48

Understanding Government, Tullow-Total Farm Down Dispute Tullow Pty Uga 1

The final investment decision (FID) was expected to open the tap for money to start flowing, paving the way for projects like the US$3.5bn East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline. Construction of the 1400 km heated oil export pipeline from Hoima in western Uganda to Tanzania’s port of Tanga on Indian Ocean has stalled.
14:57
14:57

Ministry Guidelines Affecting Revenue Collection LOCAL REVENUE 1 1 Top story

The Mpigi District Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, Jack Byaruhanga, says the new regulations are hurting local revenue collections. He says it is now difficult to predict the trading license fees, which affects their local revenue projection.
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