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Working to eradicate poverty

What are the key elements in your management philosophy as a manager? My style encompasses teamwork with all stakeholders and that goes right through the external and internal publics. I therefore encourage a participatory approach to have everybody on board and talk about things. We are also a learning organization …

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South Korea President Park Geun-hye here

South Korean President Park Geun-hye is in Uganda for a three day state visit. She is accompanied by a huge business delegation with representatives of at least 100 Korean companies. She is the first leader of South Korea to visit Uganda. South Korea is home to several global companies including …

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Is Uganda broke?

Ministry of Finance officials say they have spent over 100 percent of the budget but government departments are struggling to meet their obligations amidst talk that the 2015/16 budget was suppressed by 30 percent. From his office on the sixth floor of the Finance Ministry block in Kampala, Kenneth Mugambe, …

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Achieving middle-income status in 5 years

Museveni’s latest politicking joke or a realistic national target? When President Yoweri Museveni takes the oath of president for the sixth time on May 12 at Kololo Ceremonial Grounds in Kampala, it appears he will have one goal clearly on his mind: delivering Uganda to the middle income bracket by …

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Finance asked to streamline Dairy sector taxes

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has asked the Ministry of Finance to take new measures to help Uganda’s dairy industry compete favorably on the world stage. He was responding to pleas for government support to the industry when Kiruhura district dairy farmers visited his country home in Rwakitura on Saturday. He …

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IMF hails Uganda on infrastructure development, inflation

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has hailed Uganda on infrastructure development as well as efforts to contain inflation amidst challenges of high exchange rates and fluctuating  prices. In its latest report “Recent development’s and prospects, Uganda’s Economic Buffers”, the IMF says Uganda is relatively high on growth, low on inflation,  …

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