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11:49
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Sugarcane Farming: Why Busoga Has Remained The Poorest Sugar cane 3 1 Top story

There is concern that despite the cultivation of sugarcane on a bigger portion of arable land, farmers in Busoga seem not to be reaping from one of the world's most traded crop. Dr. Mbowa observed that while sugarcane production has grown from about one million tons in 1961 to about five million tons by 2018, farmers in areas like Busoga continue to live in poverty.
13:17
13:17

Parliament Committees To Study Sugar industry, Prices sugar prices 2

President Museveni has tasked two Parliamentary committees to gather data on the sugar industry and sugar prices internationally in a bid to resolve concern among sugar players.
20:39
20:39

Museveni Negotiates Access To Tanzanian Sugar Market kinyara sugar works 1

President Museveni and his Tanzanian counterpart, John Pombe Joseph Magufuli met Wednesday at State House Entebbe. They discussed possibilities of Tanzania opening up its market to Ugandan sugar.
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Sugar Manufacturers Explain Price Hikes sugarcane 1 Top story

Uganda Sugar Manufacturers Association USMA says the increase in prices has been prompted by the increase in cost of production and the deprecating shilling against major currencies.
17:12
17:12

Sugar Manufactures Anxious over Proposed Regulator kakira sugar works 1

Kabeho says that the sugar industry is better when left to market forces instead of being regulated by government. He adds that there are many factors of production that control prices already and government control would be excessive.
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