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BATU to pay shareholders Shs10.2bn dividend

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Cigarette dealer, British American Tobacco Uganda, will pay its shareholders Shs 209per share, translating into Shs 10.2billion as dividend. This is nearly 50% lower compared to Shs 19.9billion paid in 2020 due to a drop in profit. BATU pays 100% of its profit as …

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Private sector calls for National Startup Policy

Uganda is ranked one of the most entrepreneurial countries in the world, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Private sector players have asked government to expedite the formulation and implementation of a National Startup Policy in order to address major impediments to the growth of …

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2020/2021 election economy

Tough times ahead as miscalculated spending, political activities and coronavirus threaten fast recovery of economic activities  Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Uganda’s economy has been on a recovery path following the easing of COVID-19 pandemic lockdown restrictions, but the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming general elections is the latest concern, economists …

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MPs Paul Mwiru, Karuhanga cross to ANT

Kampala, Uganda | PROSSY NANSUBUGA | Members of Parliament Paul Mwiru and Gerald Karuhang have joined the the Alliance for  National transformation (ANT) recently formed by Mugisha Muntu. While addressing the media this morning in Kampala, Mwiru and Karuhanga highlighted the need for an upgrade in some of Uganda’s sectors …

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Uganda – EU trade ties

  The EAC member state has presented opportunities to European investors Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Trade between Uganda and European Union has over the years been critical in terms of creating jobs and strengthening the economies for the two parties. This opportunity is expected to be sustained evidenced …

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