Uganda Government Commitment to Private Sector

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Uganda Government Commitment to promote Private sector to another level encourages more investor to Uganda . Government and private sector dialogue in policy formulation are at the highest level and at the center of business development processes in the country.

A Presidential Investor’s Round table chaired by the Country’s President is in place to ensure that government policies keep the private sector at the center.

Business Development Strategies including the Investment Climate Strategy (CICS), the National Export Strategy (NES) and other regulatory frameworks have all been put in place under Public - Private Sector Partnerships.

As a result, many vibrant private sector associations have come up to advance their members’ concerns.

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