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Turkish Investments in Uganda

NBS: There are no definite projects run by the Turkish government in Uganda. This was caused by the delay in signing work pacts between the two countries with reasons that without signing agreements, it is difficult to move on with cooperation, business and support. Share on: WhatsApp

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Turkey President Erdogan arrives in Uganda for 3 day visit

  President Erdoğan Goes to Uganda — Turkish Presidency (@trpresidency) May 31, 2016 Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived at Entebbe Airport on Tuesday night for his first visit to Uganda. Erdogan visits Uganda and then Kenya between May 31 and June 3, marking the first time a Turkish …

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PHOTOGRAPHS: Uganda-South Korea sign cooperation pact

Uganda and South Korea have signed a Memorandum of Understating in 10 areas of interest to the two nations. This was after President Yoweri Museveni officially welcomed the President of South Korea Park Geun-hye for her first state visit to Uganda. The ten areas of cooperation are; policy consultation (foreign …

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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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Time Uganda focussed on exports

The high cost of doing business, stagnant production levels, dominance of primary products and limited market intelligence are holding back Uganda’s export potential. These bottlenecks and action needed to change the status quo were the centre of a discussion at a high level policy dialogue on export development and promotion …

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Uganda starts economic diplomacy

Foreign mission heads to sign new trade charter as concern grows over appointment of political `failures’ Uganda is to introduce a new trade charter for its foreign missions, according to the Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, Sam Okuonzi. Under the new programme, which is scheduled to start …

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