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UK suppliers sought for Uganda airport works

Posted 06/09/2018 by wmutenza

  UK suppliers are being sought for works on Uganda’s international airport. SBC (Uganda), a UK-incorporated joint venture between Colas and SBI International Holdings AG, are looking for UK contractors to work on the UK government-backed project. The Ugandan government has received £250M from the UK government’s Export Finance (UKEF), the largest ever loan to […]

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UK company to construct New Ugandan Hoima International Airport | Uganda 8th Convention UK

Posted 27/08/2018 by wmutenza

Colas UK is a UK subsidiary of French civil engineering firm, Colas Group, and local construction company SBI. This   project, a Transport infrastructure firm will be supporting the construction of a new airport in Kabaale following a largest ever UKEF loan to an African government.   Tanya Jeffrey (Turner & Townsend) and Lars Peter Jensen, Area […]

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American Vega Chemical Corp eyes Uganda’s oil sector

Posted 26/05/2018 by wmutenza

Uganda, April 25 – Uganda’s oil and gas sector performance continues to lure investments in the country with the latest news involving the country and an American based company. Brian Oller, founder of Vega Chemicals Corp is understood to make a move for the local oil sector. Uganda’s local oil sector has a great potential […]

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Uganda and TradeMark East Africa renew partnership to 2023, target 100,000 more jobs

Posted 26/05/2018 by wmutenza

TradeMark East Africa and the Government of Uganda have signed a Host Country Agreement (HCA) extending their partnership to 2023. In the agreement, the two have committed to support interventions that will lead to creation of at least 100,000 jobs in Uganda, poverty reduction and increase trade for Uganda. The HCA marks the commencement of […]

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As vanilla prices shoot, farmers and dealers in Uganda seek ways to raise production

Posted 24/05/2018 by wmutenza

By DAVID TUMUSIIME More by this Author Vanilla farmers in Uganda have never had it better, with farm-gate prices standing at about $70 per kilo for the price-sensitive produce. With a kilo selling at $500 on the world market — a jump from $300 in 2017 — both farmers and dealers are seeking ways of boosting […]

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