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Byline: Elly Twineyo- Kamugisha

Apr 03, 2008 (The Monitor/All Africa Global Media via COMTEX) — The crisis in Kenya showed how some businesses can “reap” the unsuspecting poor. Once the crisis has started, fuel prices skyrocketed. This article calls for an effective investment code, anti-trust laws and regulation of competition as a way for providing an enabling environment to the private sector competitiveness and development.

I will talk about the effective investment code, competition policy and immigration issues. An effective investment law is important for regulating the private sector growth in Uganda. Investments – meaning the creation of new …

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