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22:40
22:40

Gov’t Rejects Demands to Lift Curfew Parliament 5 1

Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has said that the curfew will be maintained despite calls by members of Parliament to have it lifted.
14:23
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UIA to Assesses Impact of COVID-19 on Businesses for Economic Interventions lockdown 1 1

The Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) is assessing the impact of COVID-19 on the business environment to justify required economic interventions during and post COVID-19 period.
15:02
15:02

Economist, Traders Ask Govt to Protect Businesses in Corona Virus Crisis coronavirus 8 2 Top story

Makerere University Business School-MUBS Economics Lecturer and Policy Analyst, Ramathan Ggoobi says the Coronavirus (COVID-19), which has since been declared a pandemic is economically contagious and has attacked all sectors of the economy at all fronts.
16:13
16:13

Farmers to Benefit from Coffee Auction business

Uganda Coffee Development Authority is mandated to promote and oversee the coffee industry through supporting research, promoting production, controlling coffee quality and improving the marketing of coffee in order to optimize foreign exchange earnings for the country and payments to the farmers.
18:09
18:09

Pictorial: Demolition of Illegal Structures at Centenary Park business

National Water and Sewerage Corporation-NWSC today embarked on the demolition of illegal structures at Centenary Park in Kampala.
17:03
17:03

Bella Wine, a Brand Conceived in the Kitchen entrepreneurs 3 1

From humble beginnings inside her kitchen in 2010, Prudence Ukkonika Busingye tells URN what inspired her to venture into wine making. Bella Wine, the business that was started with as little as one hundred Uganda thousand shillings producing five litres of wine, now distributes over fifty thousand litres per year from a factory located in Namugongo, outside Kampala.
14:20
14:20

Traders Earn Big as Rain Affects MAK Graduation business 5 1

Graduands had to brave the rain to make it to Freedom Square at Makerere University as the 67th graduation ceremony entered day two. As expected prices of goods such as umbrellas shot up and ranged between 7000 and 20,000 shillings. A group of students stationed at different entrances targeted anyone with mud on their shoes. Those without vehicles had to pay between 1,000 and 2,000 shillings to have their shoes cleaned.
12:05
12:05

Makerere Closure Paralyses Business police 2

Dickson Lukwago alias Musomesa operates a canteen in complex hall. Lukwago told URN on Thursday at his small canteen that the abrupt closure of the university has caused him huge losses.
17:47
17:47

Trade Ministry Optimistic on Boosting Exports business

Mugume\'s prescription comes against the backdrop of a depreciating shilling now trading at close to 3,000 shillings against the dollar.
10:09
10:09

Billions At Stake As South Sudan Crisis Affects Trade uganda people

In 2012 alone, exports to Sudan were estimated Shillings one trillion, of which three quarters are to South Sudan. This figure is up from Shillings 981 billion in 2011. Most exports to South Sudan include re-exported cosmetics, vegetables, eggs and construction materials like cement and iron sheets among others.
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07:49

Detained Minister's Release Awaits Verification of Documents foreign affairs

Ugandan International Affairs minister Okello Oryem says that the government is in the process of verifying the travel documents of former minister Isaac Musumba and his two travel companions before the Indian government can free them.
12:40
12:40

Goodwill Game Defines Business In Downtown Kampala kampala traders 1

Some traders in downtown Kampala have redefined the understanding of “Goodwill” to capitalize their businesses, clear debts, sublet their shops and survive harsh business environments. Others have seen their businesses collapse because of the politics of goodwill.
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17:39

Uganda's exports improve as trade balance worsens bank of uganda

Uganda’s export performance improved in June more than in May according to statistics from the Bank of Uganda. But for the same period Uganda imported more than it exported creating a monthly deficit of 31 million dollars.
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