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By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd August 2005 03:00 AM

Shell warns
By Chris Kiwawulo
FUEL prices are likely to go up again following an increase in world prices, Ivan Kyayonka, Shell’s country chairman, has warned. Kyayonka said this week that, “If the prices remain high, we shall have no choice but to increase local pump prices.”

Shell warns
By Chris Kiwawulo
FUEL prices are likely to go up again following an increase in world prices, Ivan Kyayonka, Shell’s country chairman, has warned. Kyayonka said this week that, “If the prices remain high, we shall have no choice but to increase local pump prices.”

Shell warns
By Chris Kiwawulo
FUEL prices are likely to go up again following an increase in world prices, Ivan Kyayonka, Shell’s country chairman, has warned. Kyayonka said this week that, “If the prices remain high, we shall have no choice but to increase local pump prices.” On Monday, world fuel prices rose to $61 per barrel following the death of King Fahd of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest oil exporter.

Nations to get
By Felix Oketcho
UGANDA has been selected as part of the 15 African countries to benefit from the 3m euros Priority Solidarity Fund. Members of the Association of Africa Agro Export will benefit, the body’s coordinator C. Thulliez said recently.

Gender gives
By Moses Nsubuga
THE social development ministry has given over 40 bicycles worth sh4m to youth promoters in Kiboga.
The district community based services coordinator, Abel Muhanguzi, said the bicycles would be used to generate income.

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