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17:12
17:12

Accountancy Students Decry Tough Papers, High Failure Rates 5

“Can the institute help people who have failed the papers like four times as it is demotivating and demoralizing!” said a student. But CPA Mayende, the ICPAU President said the institute cannot compromise the quality of the profession since it is internationally affiliated.
18:18
18:18

Competition, Political Interests Killing EAC Integration 6

The observation was made by professional bodies, economic analysts and government officials in the wake of trade standoffs and political quarrels, amongst EAC member states. Currently, in the region, Uganda is facing trade barriers with Kenya as several Ugandan products like sugar, poultry, milk and grain, are either blocked or restricted by quotas and tariffs.
15:00
15:00

Gov't Policies Could Hurt Economy-Private Sector Foundation 4

Elly Karuhanga says for example that the government is seeking to increase taxes and create more to cater for the gap left by the decline in other revenue sources, especially from the sectors that were hit hard by the pandemic.
14:08
14:08

Financial Sector Leaders Call for Strong Market Rules patient capital 2

CMA Chief Executive, Keith Kalyegira says they would rather keep the rules tight and preserve the integrity of a small sector, than relaxing to attract more companies at the risk of losing value.
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