President Meets Chinese Investors

President Museveni with the Chinese investors at State House

President Yoweri Museveni held a meeting with Chinese investors who called on him for a discussion.

The meeting follows a directive that was given by the president while addressing government ministers and their permanent secretaries at the National Leadership Institute in Kyankwanzi that Asians and foreigners must be discouraged from getting involved in small scale businesses in Uganda..

According to officials the president and his guests discussed matters of mutual interest

The President urged entrepreneurs from China to invest more in the Ugandan economy especially in areas of agriculture, tadalafil energy and textiles among others. He said that Uganda is ready to partner with anybody as far as business enhancement in the country is concerned.

He also reminded his guests that Uganda is very rich and has abundant natural resources. He, information pills therefore, called on the Group to invest more in the country and tap into the still unexploited business opportunities that Uganda offers.

The president also urged the Chinese to support the prosperity of Ugandans  by massively importing their products  while they do  the same for them.

The meeting also involved the minister of trade, industry and cooperatives, Hon. Amelia Kyambadde, Hon Irene Muloni the minister of Energy and Minerals, William Byaruhanga as well as the respective permanent secretaries.



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