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East Africa Legislative Assembly Visits UNCCI, November 2, 2016

The private sector of East Africa Legislative Assembly(EALA) have developed a Code of Conduct for business in East African Community together with Rules & Procedures. This is an initiative aimed at enhancing ethical business practices in the areas of Human Rights, Environment and Anti-corruption. UNCCI pledged that EALA take on to adopt the code and legalise it.Share this thro...

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German Business Mission to Uganda, August 12, 2016 at the Speke Hotel Kampala

The Uganda National Chamber of Commerce & Industry (UNCCI) in partnership with Afrika Verein (Germany) organized a Uganda-Germany Business-to-Business Forum on Friday, 12th August 2016 at the Speke Hotel Kampala. The forum featured B2B meetings and provided excellent opportunities for Ugandan companies to partner  with the business community from Germany. Ten(10) high-profile German companies comprising of different sectors of Automobiles, …

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Turkey Relations with Uganda Important

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is visiting Uganda this week on the first leg of his two county east African trip. He will be visiting Kenya after he leaves Uganda on June 1. The Turkish leader’s visit is an important one on many fronts not least of all that it is tacit approval of President Yoweri Museveni recent election victory. …

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Uganda welcomes South Sudan into EAC Business Bloc – Mrs. Olive Z. Kigongo

DURING the 17th Ordinary EAC Heads of State Summit held in Arusha, Tanzania resolved to bring on board Africa’s newest nation. South Sudan was recently admitted into the economic bloc bringing the membership to six states. Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry treats this as very exciting and a very big trading opportunity not only for Uganda but Africa …

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Uganda –Kenya bilateral relationship spots for greater regional trade opportunities

Last year the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI) organized and hosted the Kenya-Uganda Business Forum at Kampala Serena Hotel to address  trade relations between Kenya and Uganda. The programme which included bilateral talks co-Chaired by both Trade Ministers in the respective countries Hon. Amelia Kyambadde and Amb. Dr. Amina Mohamed aimed at ensuring  improved  business conditions for …

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The 5th edition of The Chamber Newsletter

We have the pleasure to share with you the 5th edition of Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI) quarterly newsletter. Our objective is to keep you posted about what is happening within and outside UNCCI, give you updates on trade, business environment, business opportunities and upcoming events. The 5th edition features the following articles: Uganda – Kenya Busisness Forum, …

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QALAA HOLDINGS GIVES HOPE TO THE UGANDAN BUSINESS COMMUNITY

UNCCI member, Qalaa Holdings Ltd, an Egyptian investment company, has invested almost $200m in rehabilitating   the Uganda –Kenya railway since it first took a stake in 2010. The Rift Valley Railway has given a new lease of hope to the Ugandan business community where the time to send a container by rail has fallen by more than half and, for …

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UNCCI Urges Ugandans to Take Advantage of EAC Tax Reviews

In accordance to articles 12(3) and 39(c) of the protocol on establishment of the East African Community Customs Union, the Council of Ministers has approved a set of revised tax structure aiming at improving business flow between EAC countries. The tax amendments will benefit those in manufacturing, trading, construction communication, electrical, beverages, government suppliers, printing, suppliers of raw materials, etc. …

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