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Poultry Farmers Accuse Government of Indifference over Kenya Poultry Imports Ban

29 Nov 2021 · Poultry magnate Aga Sekalala says they hear there is a new Trade minister who replaced Amelia Kyambadde but they don't know what he does, nor what he thinks about the current Kenya - Uganda trade issues.

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Poultry Farmers Accuse Government of Indifference over Kenya Poultry Imports Ban 1

Poultry magnate Aga Sekalala says they hear there is a new Trade minister who replaced Amelia Kyambadde but they don't know what he does, nor what he thinks about the current Kenya - Uganda trade issues.
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Waste Disposal Policy will Address Oil Exploration Concerns - Museveni 1 Top story

President Museveni acknowledges that oil waste, if not properly handled, has the potential to pollute fragile ecosystems, but adds that concerns about Green House Emissions from the exploration of Oil and Gas will not hold if the country clearly deals with the management of wastes from the nascent industry.
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Presidents Museveni, Suluhu to Address Oil and Gas Symposium in Dar

The symposium, the first of its kind, is a platform for the private sector to network, understand industry opportunities and challenges, showcase their capacities through experience sharing, and interact with public sector actors on legal and polish matters that govern the industry in the two countries.
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Admission of DRC into EAC: Facts and Expectations

With a population of 92 million, a nominal GDP of 46 billion dollars and a border with the Atlantic Ocean, the DRC has recently become Uganda’s number one export destination, worth almost 500 million dollars, which is double the value of goods the country current exports to either Kenya or South Sudan, her erstwhile largest markets.
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Ugandan, Tanzanian Companies Urged to Jointly Invest in Oil Projects 3 Top story

The symposium, the first of its kind, is a platform for the private sector to network, understand industry opportunities and challenges, showcase their capacities through experience sharing, and interact with public sector actors on legal and policy matters that govern the industry in Uganda and Tanzania.
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Rising Prices: Ugandans Start Buying Fuel From South Sudan Rising fuel prices 1 2

One of the pump attendants explained that smaller car owners no longer want to fuel in the fuel stations opting for cheaper fuel from the mobile dealers.
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Kotido Leaders Task Security Personnel to Intensify Deployments Along Porous Borders 3 1

The leaders say that the area has hundreds of illegal border entry points which are used by the armed cattle rustlers both from Kenya, South Sudan, and within to gain access in and out of the area.