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  • Private sector foundation to fund 100 businesses

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  • Airtel Uganda to pay Corporation tax to URA for the first time

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  • RAILWAY TRANSPORT: Mombasa-kampala route reopened after a year

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  • Small businesses leaving city for the suburbs

  • US-CHINA TRADE: Three-day talks to end simmering row concluded

  • How the huge debt touches your pocket

  • World bank boss resigns

  • Uganda considering uniform electricity tariff for manufacturers

  • Ugandan now Kenya's third largest market for tourists

  • CRUDE OIL PRICE: Gov’t will not sell below 12 U.S cents per barrel

  • INSOLVENCY SOLUTIONS: URSB takes campaign upcountry

  • Dutch government offers Scholarships to Ugandans