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Total launches programme to minimise gas, oil impact 

UGANDA The biodiversity programme seeks to reduce human pressures and strengthen the ecological resilience of...

Maize flour to remain costly on expensive imports

High cost of living Expensive imports have dampened hopes for cheaper flour as the cost of transporting maize from...

African states urged to tap on intra-Africa trade pact to end...

Kenya and other African countries have been urged to tap on the new Africa trade pact to increase...

Ukraine conflict cuts tea exports to Russia by 74pc

The Ukraine war cut the tea exports to Russia by more than half a billion in March, highlighting...

Oil Marketers Jittery Over National Oil’s 30% Import Quota, Warn of...

A section of oil marketing companies has raised concern that the Government's proposal to allocate a 30 percent...

No fuel tax rebates in Uganda, pump prices remain high

Household budgets and operating costs for businesses in Uganda are expected to remain high following the government’s refusal...

Africa unveils new platform to cushion countries from Ukraine crisis shocks

African countries will be able to jointly procure basic commodities, whose supply has been affected by the Ukraine...

Raise our fuel import quota to ease crisis, Uganda tells Kenya

Ugandan Government has written to Kenya seeking its intervention to increase monthly petroleum import quotas allocated Uganda in...

Horticulture earnings drop Sh7bn in Jan

A greenhouse farm in Nakuru County Horticulture earnings dropped by Sh7.1 billion in January this...

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