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As it happened: Reading of 2019/20 budget...

Finance minister Matia Kasaija presented a sh40trillion budget.

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Use of incentives in attracting foreign direct...

It is clear that FDI incentives might play a role for investor decisions on the margin.

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FDI and the importance of the river

If your stock of FDI is rising consistently, there is something right you must be doing.

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A stitch in time saves nine

Business owners will have to sharpen the discipline of biasing expenditure towards investment and away from consumption.

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Shift from agriculture is critical for transformation...

In the last three decades the economy has shown strong growth, only slowing to overcome bad weather, a global financial crisis or unrest in the region....

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What Museveni’s 32nd budget promises to Ugandans...

Since 1986, President Yoweri Museveni has had eight ministers of finance who present his national budget.

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As it happened: Sh37.2 trillion budget unveiled...

Relive how the multi-trillion shilling national budget was unveiled on Thursday in Kampala.

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How politics affects the economy

The handshake discusses how the current political situation is affecting the economy.

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Economy grew at 3.9%, corruption now cancer...

The minister has attributed the low growth rate on effects of climate change and environment degradation.

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As it happened: 2017/18 National Budget reading...

Live text coverage of the reading of the 2017/2018 National Budget by finance minister Matia Kasaija.


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đź”´ CORONAVIRUS | Uganda confirms...

President Museveni says that of the 176 samples tested by the health ministry on Tuesday, 11 of them - all of them children - returned positive, lifting the total number of confirmed cases in Uganda to 44. Over 800,000 people are infected globally.