Ugandan Traders Worried About Chinese Competition
The Chinese ambassador has responded to the local traders who have been asking the government to stop Chinese citizens from competing in the small business sector.
Monitor, 23 May 2017
The Chinese ambassador to Uganda, Zheng ZhuQiang has defended his citizens' dealing in retail trade in the country citing lack of a legislation that bars foreigners from trading in… Read more »
A cross-section of traders and customers at one of the busiest sections of Kikuubo Trading Centre in Kampala (file photo).
Observer, 8 May 2017
Following the recent protests against the involvement of Chinese nationals in petty trade, Zheng Zhuqiang, the Chinese ambassador to Uganda, is calling for an amicable resolution… Read more »
Uganda: 'Chinese Not Doing Retail Trade'
Monitor, 28 April 2017
The deputy Chief of Mission at the Chinese Embassy, Mr Chu Maoming, has refuted allegations that Chinese businesspeople are involved in retail trade. Read more »
Focac, 26 April 2017
Uganda seeks to attract more Chinese investment with "the most favorable policies," said Ugandan Ambassador to China Charles Madibo Wagidoso on Friday. Read more »
Uganda: Petty Trade War
Independent (Kampala), 28 November 2016
On Nov.18, traders in the northern Uganda town of Lira refused to open their shops for business in protest against what they termed as 'unfair competition' from foreign traders;… Read more »
Monitor, 27 October 2016
Traders in northern and eastern Uganda have asked government to regulate the participation of foreigners in the economy. Read more »