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The Catholic challenge

The French Revolution toppled the authority of the Catholic Church; many yearn to restore it COMMENT | IAN BURUMA | In his quest for the secret of U.S. democracy in the 1830s, the French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville reflected on the important role played by religion in American life. Having …

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Herd immunity won’t defeat COVID-19

Studies have shown that our immunity to coronaviruses is alarmingly short-lived and quick to fade COMMENT | WILLIAM A. HASELTINE | During a September 15 ABC News “town hall”-style event, U.S. President Donald Trump told host George Stephanopoulos that without a vaccine, COVID-19 would still “go away.” Over time, Trump …

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Pearl Dairy 5 year growth projection

New markets, increased consumption, and stable EAC economy will boost returns, company executives say Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Executives at Pearl Dairy Farms Limited expect a boom in business in the next five years supported by an increase in milk consumption, new markets and the easing of trade …

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Come to the stock market for capital

Uganda Securities Exchange tells manufacturers recovering from COVID-19 pandemic stress Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS  BUSINGE | As manufacturers weather the tough times caused by COVID-19 lockdown and related restrictions, executives at the Uganda Securities Exchange say, doors are open for raising capital to reboot business activities. Speaking on behalf of …

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