Is IMF in Uganda's a Friend or Just a Necessary Evil?
The country's former Finance Minister, Ezra Suruma, says the international bank forced the government to sell its bank, Uganda Commercial Bank, in a push for privitisation, write Mark Keith Muhumuza and Jonathan Adengo for Daily Monitor.
President Museveni flags off the Olwiyo-Gulu-Kitgum-Musingo road works at Anaka Town Council recently. The IMF plays an advisory role in many big infrastructural projects in the country.
Monitor, 25 January 2017
Based on the fiscal framework that the government outlined in December, our assessment is that Uganda remains at low risk of debt distress Read more »
Monitor, 19 January 2017
After raising the world economic growth for 2017 to 3.4 per cent and 3.6 for 2018, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that global economy faces two downsides risks. Read more »
Monitor, 18 January 2017
The Ugandan economy is currently experiencing headwinds and when the International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Ms Christine Lagarde visits the country next week, she will… Read more »
Monitor, 13 January 2017
Uganda's expenditure on infrastructure projects using debt has not yet reached levels where the country is at risk of defaulting. Read more »
Monitor, 6 January 2017
The economic distress that became more apparent through 2016 can be traced to as far back as 2011 when inflationary pressures ravaged the country after a controversial election.… Read more »
Independent (Kampala), 10 November 2016
The economy isn't in such a bad shape as earlier thought, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said in its latest assessment. Read more »