Ugandan Govt Signs U.S.$4 Billion Oil Refinery Agreement
The government of Uganda has signed a contract for the construction of a U.S.$4 billion oil refinery. The signing of the deal ends a more-than-five-year struggle to get a company to invest in a refinery, whose return on investment has been questioned, writes Jeff Mbanga in The Observer.
Officials signing the oil refinery agreement at State House.
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