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Uganda's Economy Projected to Grow By 3.1%- Kasaija 3 1

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, the government had projected the economy to grow by 6.3 per cent, but this was disrupted when Uganda and its trading partners shut down their economies, virtually halting most of the economic activities.
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16:04

Ndayishimiye woos Ugandans to Invest and Trade with Burundi

President Ndayishimiye made the remarks after a tour of the new state-of-the-art Picfare Industries plant in Kampala Industrial and Business Park, Namanve, where he was shown products ranging from scholastic materials to apparels.
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15:20

Finance Ministry Allays Fear of New $900 Million IMF Loan 3 1

According to government projections, debt will exceed the 50 percent Debt to GDP ratio in the 2021/22 financial year to reach 51.9 percent and then decrease to about 51.2 percent in FY22/23 and further decrease to 49.9 percent in FY 2023/24.
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12:44

FID for Oil and Gas in Uganda: What It Is/Is Not

“So FID is a series of actions that basically ensure the projects are sanctioned for execution, it's never a one event or a contract that is signed. With the signing of the contracts that was done on the 11th, the projects have really been sanctioned," the Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer at the Uganda National Oil Company, Peter Muliisa clarified. "You will soon see Parties committing to spending by grant of contracts to subcontractors.”
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10:15

Absence of Service Commission Fails Recruitment of 40 Staff in Gulu District 1

The service commission which consists of five members has only two members, whose term is still running, leaving out the rest whose term had expired.
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08:56

Gov't Potentially Owes UGX1.5Trillion to Umeme on Concession Loss umeme concession 4 1 Top story

Blessing Nshaho, Umeme's chief corporate says the expenditures that Umeme makes are audited by independent professional firms before ERA approves them.
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