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Regional integration important for Uganda - Kasekende
Publish Date: Oct 06, 2012
Regional integration important for Uganda - Kasekende
The Deputy Governor Bank of Uganda, Dr. Louis Kasekende.
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Transforming Uganda into a modern and prosperous country can best be secured through a deepening of regional economic integration in East Africa, under the auspices of the East African Community, according to the deputy governor Bank of Uganda, Dr. Louis Kasekende.

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