Farm News

Why coffee prices continue to drop

Despite a steady increase in coffee consumption around the world, trade prices have fallen dramatically in the past three years. Futures on arabica and robusta, the most widespread varieties of coffee, have fallen 40

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Controversy over National Coffee Bill

Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA | One of Uganda’s favourite crop, coffee, could soon be heavily regulated as the government takes a step to amend the existing law. The proposed law, National Coffee Bill, 2018,

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Agriculture topped January loan portfolio

Agriculture might be finally catching financiers’ eye, with money disbursed to farmers topping all other sectors in January, according to official figures released from the ministry of Finance and Economic Development. Agriculture received 28% (Shs

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EU applauds Uganda on oil management

EU Ambassador Attilio Pacifici and H.E Museveni Uganda’s decision to join EITI is a positive step towards improved public financial management and accountability of natural resources – EU By Vicky Wandawa OIL AND GAS

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