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Brisk tomato business amidst scarcity in Busia

Busia, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT  |  Traders in Busia district are in profitable tomato business due to high demand amidst tomatoes scarcity. The price for a full box of tomatoes has hiked from 200,000 shillings to 400,000 shillings, while a full basin of tomatoes is currently at 60,000 shillings from previous price of …

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Traders in Elegu demand Amuru leaders for modern market

Amuru, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Traders in Elegu Town Council have asked Amuru District leaders to expedite the construction of a modern market facility at the Uganda-South Sudan border. The traders note that while they pay taxes to the Government, for over a decade they have operated in makeshift structures …

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Uninstalled lights delay use of UGX25BN Moroto main market

  Moroto, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | Moroto main market has continued lying idle even after its completion due to an  uninstalled solar lighting system and unfinished construction of a parking yard that has prevented the Municipal authorities from allowing traders to use the market. The construction of Moroto market commenced in …

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SEATINI suggests ways of improving Uganda-Kenya trade relations

Kampala,, Uganda | Julius Businge  |  As players in maize trading between Uganda and Kenya workout modalities for improving trade relations, questions remain on whether authorities can walk-the talk.    On March 11, Kenya announced the lifting of a ban on imports of maize grain from Uganda and Tanzania with strict …

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Busia traders stuck with metric tons of maize

Busia, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Produce traders in Busia district are stranded with metric tons of maize worth billions of Shillings following Kenya’s ban on the importation of maize from Uganda. Busia produce market is one of the major hubs for produce and maize is one of the major commodities. …

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