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Survival of the republic

The News International 29 Jan 2023
Aber Christine, a market trader in Northern Uganda who sells rice, flour and soya, makes $80 a month in profit ... Breaking down sources of privileges of different vested interests including agriculture, industry, banks, exporters, traders, high net worth individuals, military ...
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Oxfam calls for reducing number of billionaires

Dawn 17 Jan 2023
DAVOS. The number of billionaires should be reduced by half by 2030 through higher taxes and other policies to make the world more equal, Oxfam said on Monday as global elites meet in Davos ... In a stark comparison, a market trader in Uganda who works with Oxfam pays 40pc of her profits in tax, the charity said ... Published in Dawn, January 17th, 2023. .
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Oxfam pushes higher taxes to reduce number of billionaires

Manila Standard 16 Jan 2023
DAVOS, Switzerland—The number of billionaires should be reduced by half by 2030 through higher taxes and other policies to make the world more equal, Oxfam said Monday as global elites meet in Davos ... In a stark comparison, a market trader in Uganda who works with Oxfam pays 40 percent of her profits in tax, the charity said. ....
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World Economic Forum: The number of billionaires should be reduced by half by 2030, says Oxfam

Gulf News 16 Jan 2023
DAVOS. The number of billionaires should be reduced by half by 2030 through higher taxes and other policies to make the world more equal, Oxfam said Monday as global elites meet in Davos ... In a stark comparison, a market trader in Uganda who works with Oxfam pays 40 percent of her profits in tax, the charity said. .
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As Davos opens, Oxfam urges 'billionaire busting' policies

The New Arab 16 Jan 2023
The number of billionaires should be reduced by half by 2030 through higher taxes and other policies to make the world more equal, Oxfam said Monday as global elites meet in Davos ... In stark comparison, a market trader in Uganda who works with Oxfam pays 40 per cent of her profits in tax, the charity said ....
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China's easing of COVID-19 restrictions reignites hope among Ugandan business community

People Daily 12 Jan 2023
"As traders in Uganda we laud the Chinese government for lifting the quarantine for overseas people and even allowing our traders to physically import their goods, which will result in booming business for the two countries," Sekito said ... "Already our traders are excited to go physically and import goods from China.
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Feature: China's easing of COVID-19 restrictions reignites hope among Ugandan business community

Xinhua 11 Jan 2023
"As traders in Uganda we laud the Chinese government for lifting the quarantine for overseas people and even allowing our traders to physically import their goods, which will result in booming business for the two countries," Sekito said ... "Already our traders are excited to go physically and import goods from China.
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African commerce welcomes new steps

China Daily 09 Jan 2023
Thadeus Musoke Nagenda, chairman of Kampala City Traders Association in Kampala, Uganda, said the news that inbound travelers to China will no longer need to go into quarantine when they arrive in the country has excited business people. "We are happy that our traders will finally travel to China after a long period.
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Ebola lockdowns driving Uganda workers into debt

Taipei Times 26 Dec 2022
Many informal workers have ended up in debt since Uganda on Oct ... Although there is no official data on the informal sector, some studies suggest that workers such as motorbike taxi drivers, market traders, manual laborers and domestic helpers account for more than 75 percent of Uganda’s total workforce.
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After Covid-19, Ebola lockdowns drive Uganda's workers into debt

Khaleejtimes 26 Dec 2022
Uganda motorbike taxi driver Charles ... Although there is no official data on the informal sector, some studies suggest that workers such as motorbike taxi drivers, market traders, manual labourers and domestic helpers account for more than 75 per cent of Uganda's total workforce.
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URA Urged to Sensitise Traders On New Tax System

All Africa 08 Dec 2022
Kampala, Uganda -- Parliament calls for sensitization of traders before the full implementation of the Electronic Fiscal Receipting and Invoicing System (EFRIS) ....
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Uganda: Motorcycle Taxi Loans - Ticket Out of Poverty, or Predatory Trap?

All Africa 01 Dec 2022
Kampala, Uganda -- After years of using a bicycle to haul produce for traders around markets in ...
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Fifty years after expulsion, Asians are thriving again in Uganda

Economist 17 Nov 2022
The Fairway Hotel in Kampala, the capital, is a good place to ponder the changing fortunes of Uganda’s south Asians. It began life as the home of Bandali Jaffer, an Indian cotton trader ... spaghetti-dealers and biscuit-bakers, pipe-traders and detergent-makers ... For the small traders who had organised boycotts of Asian shops, it was a Pyrrhic victory.
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Uganda: Government Seeks Repayments From South Sudan

MENA FN 04 Nov 2022
(MENAFN - African Press Organization) Uganda has written to the Government of South Sudan seeking reimbursement of funds paid to Ugandan traders and companies on behalf of South Sudan. In 2018, ... .
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11 pupils die in blaze at Ugandan school for blind

Manila Bulletin 26 Oct 2022
KAMPALA, UgandaEleven pupils at a school for the blind in Uganda have burnt to death after a fire tore through a dormitory as they were sleeping in the early hours of Tuesday ... A trader in Mukono, Richard Muhimba, told AFP earlier that he had lost his son in the blaze, saying.

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