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A business guide for the business community to resolve conflicts without resorting to courts of law has been developed.
    Agriculture production in Uganda is set to increase with the establishment of mining and oil extraction industries despite concerns from the public that the discovery of oil in Uganda will affect the sector negatively.
      UGANDAN farmers are set to benefit from a low-interest agricultural loan facilitated by a $24.7m (sh60b) grant from the International Fund for Agricultural Development
        UGANDA coffee exports for September fell by 7% to 207, 927 60-kg bags of coffee, compared with the same month a year ago, an industry source said
          The Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, has asked accountants to join the fight against corruption and aid growth of businesses by advising entrepreneurs on financial management and taxation.
            About 400 property owners are expected to be affected by the construction of the second phase of the Kampala Northern Bypass, the Uganda National Road Authority (UNRA) has said.
              The National food sovereignty forum symposium has opened in Kampala with a call on government to increase budgetary allocation to the agricultural sector so as to boost food security.
                MARIA Kiwanuka, the finance minister will preside the largest gathering of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants in Eastern Africa next month
                  In its commitment to promote East Africa as a single Tourism destination, Uganda has merged with Rwanda to jointly promote two way tourism traffic between the two sister-countries.
                    Vendors operating in Umoja Market on Monday faced eviction following a Court Order in which John Bosco Muwonge and nine others claimed repossession of their property
                      Do Ugandan tycoons prepare their children to take over their business empires?
                      Can't Say