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May 2019 6 results
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.
19:15
19:15

Gov't Asked to Export Fresh Products to United States AGOA 1 3

The African Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) Exporters Association of Uganda has called on the Ugandan Government to apply to export fresh products to the United States.
17:44
17:44

I Feel Vindicated over UCB Sale - Professor Suruma World Bank 3 1 Top story

Suruma, the Makerere University Chancellor was one of the few government officials that had tried to resist the World Bank/ International Monetary Fund call for privatization of UCB.
16:59
16:59

Debt Servicing is Straining Service Delivery – IMF Warns Uganda Debt sustainability 1

In its latest economic outlook report for Uganda after the executive consultations on the country, the IMF says: “One shilling paid for debt service is one shilling less going to a school or a health clinic. The current ratio of interest payments to revenue is comparable to what countries with high risk or in debt distress typically face.”
12:34
12:34

Trade Minister Sets New Deadline for Sachet Gin Ban 1 4

The commercial manufacture and consumption of waragi packed in sachets was delegitimized in 2017 on the basis of health and environmental concerns. The same order invoked price control mechanisms to prohibit access to smaller quantities of alcohol to the population.
11:28
11:28

Road Works Leave Namawojjolo Vendors Counting Losses vendors count loses 5 1

On Wednesday, the Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA started the renovation works on different spots along the road.
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