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Uma Boss Lauds President Museveni For Opening Rwanda Market

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Daniel Birungi Uganda Manufacturers Association (UMA) Director has lauded president Yoweri Museveni for His efforts towards opening once again Rwanda market as part of East Africa Community regional integration. He says this will afford Uganda manufacturers opportunity to sale to neighbouring EAC and improve business relations. “I wish to personally thank the president for great efforts that have enabled us ...

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Beyonce’s Dad To List Marijuana Company To Nairobi Securities Exchange

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Kenyans are most likely going to grab an opportunity to be part owners in a global marijuana firm Bangi Inc, if it gets cleared on one of Africa’s biggest stock exchange market, Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE). Check also: Jumia Lists On New York Stock Market Mathew Knowles, The father of America’s popular musician Beyonce Knowles alongside other American celebrities who are ...

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Portland Cement Company Sacks All It’s Employees

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It’s rare for a company to just sack all employees, but this time around, the East African Portland Cement Company (EAPCC) revealed that it’s entire staff is extremely lazy and that’s why it’s firing the entire workforce and ordering them to reapply under fresh terms and conditions. Check also: Microsoft Will Soon Layoff 17000 Employees Worldwide In a major retrenchment decision ...

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Uganda Loses Sh 1trillion In Leather Sector Annually

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Uganda loses about sh 1trillon annually in leather sector exports due to inefficiencies, Makerere University Don Prof John Kabasa has said. Speaking at inter-university conference on leather and leather products at Kyambogo University, Kabasa said despite the huge demand for leather products on global scale Uganda still hovers behind in leather exports and lacks capacity to increase production and technology ...

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Refinitiv, Central Bank Of Uganda, ACI Financial Markets Association Enhance Market Transparency In Uganda


London/Johannesburg – Refinitiv, the Central Bank of Uganda, and the ACI Financial Markets Association of Uganda have announced that they will be working together to strengthen Uganda’s trade life cycles, setting up the country for increased global markets participation. Announcing this in Kampala on 1 August 2019, the organizations said that the market’s entire interbank network now has increased capacity ...

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