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Uganda Airlines ready to take to the sky

Promotional RETURN fares to run for 2 months from August 28: ✳Nairobi Return $278 ✳Juba $225 ✳Mogadishu $590 ✳Dar $ 286 ✳Bujumbura $292 ✳Mombasa $325 ✳Kilimanjaro $311 💠All inclusive of taxes Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda Airlines board today received their Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) secured last …

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Fury over Murchison Falls

Govt proposal to build a sixth power dam on the Nile kicks up storm Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Murchison Falls, one of River Nile’s remaining spectacular waterfalls tops the “bucket list” of iconic sceneries in Uganda that hundreds of thousands of tourists covet when they visit the country. …

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CEOs take on the new budget

They see opportunities for business, economy in FY2019/2020 Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Conversations on the recently read new budget are gaining momentum amongst key players like chief executive officers of corporate firms. The executives, from key sectors of banking, manufacturing, industry, information technology, agriculture, trade are believed to …

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Rethinking tax incentives

Researches, experts say there is limited evidence to show these offers attract investors Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA | Tax incentives are part of Uganda government’s top priorities for attracting foreign investors and new businesses. From prospective investments in agribusiness to hospitality, and from steel to textile industries, tax incentives …

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How 2019/2020 Budget will be financed

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Government plans to collect 20.4 trillion Shillings with over 18.87 trillion coming from tax revenues in the coming financial year. Only 1.5 trillion Shillings is expected from Non-Tax Revenue (NTR) sources, so as to finance the 10.48 trillion Shilling 2019/2020 financial year budget. Uganda …

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LIVE: Matia Kasaija’s Sh40 trillion budget

▶ THEME: Industrialization for Job Creation & Shared Prosperity 💠 2019 – Sh40 trillion 💠 2018 – Sh32 trillion 💠 2017 – Sh22 trillion 💠 2016 – Sh20 trillion ▶ Domestic financing 74.5 percent ▶ External Financing 25.5 Top ✅ Works-Transport Sh6.4 trillion ✅ Security 3.6 trillion ✅ Education 3.2 trillion Bottom …

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