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Uma Boss Lauds President Museveni For Opening Rwanda Market

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 Rwanda market open again.our members can now trade freely and participate in the EAC integration,” Birungi said.

He however cautioned manufacturers to adhere to quality standards,embrace EAC certification standards to ensure fair trade and compete with regional members.

Birungi pledged support to UMA members build their capacity to supply the products across the region.

Uganda Bureau of Standards deputy Director Patricia Ejalu cautioned business community yo take advantage of the markets and supply quality products that suit consumers in the region.

Ejalu pledged to support local manufacturers to acquire EAC quality certification standards to enhance business transactions.

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