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Rugunda to Open UAE-Uganda Trade and Investment Conference



The management of URA has delivered seventeen motorcycles to the team’s playing unit, viagra 60mg http://dakarlives.com/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php owing to their earlier pledge to support and promote their players’ welfare.

Earlier in January, http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php the authority’s Commissioner General,  Doris Akol promised to provide the URA FC staff and players 40 motorbikes on a hire-purchase basis.

“We know we pay you a salary but we want to supplement your earnings. Use them well such that you can also have something to boast  about,” Akol was quoted.

The 17 motorbikes were delivered to the team by the club’s chairman Ali Sekatawa on Wednesday after training session at the Hormis Dallen Primary School in Gayaza.

The development is the second of its kind after KCCA executive director Jennifer Musisi announced UgX 100M players savings and credit scheme in late May.
The management of URA has delivered seventeen motorcycles to the team’s playing unit, viagra 100mg http://daniellebinks.com/wp-includes/class-feed.php owing to their earlier pledge to support and promote their players’ welfare.

Earlier in January, the authority’s Commissioner General,  Doris Akol promised to provide the URA FC staff and players 40 motorbikes on a hire-purchase basis.

“We know we pay you a salary but we want to supplement your earnings. Use them well such that you can also have something to boast  about,” Akol was quoted.

The 17 motorbikes were delivered to the team by the club’s chairman Ali Sekatawa on Wednesday after training session at the Hormis Dallen Primary School in Gayaza.

The development is the second of its kind after KCCA executive director Jennifer Musisi announced UgX 100M players savings and credit scheme in late May.
The Government of Uganda through the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCC&I) is set to sign a memorandum of understanding with the government of United Arab Emirates (UAE) through the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce which is aimed at boosting investment in the country and increase its exports.

This will take place during the two-day UAE- Uganda Trade and Investment conference at Sheraton Hotel in Kampala commencing Monday 30th. The conference will be presided over by the country’s Prime Minister, physician http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skins.php Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda.

The State Minister for Higher Education and Technology Prof. Tickodri Tagboa told media at the Uganda Investments Authority in Kampala that a delegation of 35 members from UAE, approved of which 25 are in the private sector, visit web looking for business opportunities in Uganda will visit the country from 29th November to 1st December.

“The business delegates are engaged in various sectors including trade in fast moving consumer goods, agriculture, building solar networks, construction and infrastructure, printing and packaging, trade in industrial kitchen equipment, chemicals and lubricants as well as general manufacturing,” Prof. Tickodri noted.

He added that the conference is a direct result of another one in Dubai earlier this month attended by a powered delegation from Uganda led by the Prime Minister, Ruhakana Rugunda.

“While in Uganda, the UAE delegation will meet their Ugandan counterparts in already arranged business to business meetings. About 100 Ugandan companies have been invited to discuss business with them.”

Tickodri noted that the collaboration is expected to create easier channels through which trade and investment will increase and boost exportation of several products to UAE.

“This is seen as an opportunity to increase exportation to UAE. There is a ready market for several agricultural commodities from Uganda such as Meet, Mutton, Fruits and Vegetables, flowers, coffee and tea in UAE,” said, The State Minister of Finance for Privatization, Hon. Aston Kajara.

Kajara added that since Uganda is the leading African country in Coffee growing, and UAE good at technology and processing, the partnership with UAE will help reduce exportation of raw coffee to processed one.

 



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