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Government has allowed Crest Foam mattress factory to re-open. The factory was closed on March 9 following a fire that left 6 people dead and property worthy sh6b destroyed.
    One of Greece's largest banks is to wipe away the debts of clients who owe up to 20,000 euros ($21,600) in a one-off gesture to ease the burden on its crisis-hit customers.
      THE United States ambassador to Uganda Scott DeLisi has called upon youth to embrace agriculture as a pound-for-pound answer to the biting unemployment in the country
        The crackdown on the use of polythene bags commonly known as kaveera is still on, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) says.
          A former vice president at WorldCom has asked internal auditors to have the courage to cause corporate change through averting fraud.
            At the 2009 Pittsburgh G-20 summit, the leaders of the 20 largest developed and developing economies agreed to phase out fossil fuel subsidies.
              Hardly a week after implementing a ban on polythene bags commonly known as Kavera, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), according to its Executive Director, Dr. Tom Okurut, is facing a new challenge from smugglers glutting Uganda with contraband non-biodegradable polythene bags from Ke
                Britain's troubled supermarket giant Tesco revealed Wednesday that it suffered a record loss last year as it took a huge writedown on the value of its property.
                  FARMERS and entrepreneurs in Uganda have been advised to take advantage of the abundance of organic foodstuffs in the country and export more
                    THE Kampala City Traders Association spokesperson Issa Sekitto has warned companies which adulterate products of other producers as a way of tarnishing brands on the market
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