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Uganda- India Investment Roadshow kicks off in Jaipur

The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs in charge of International Cooperation Hon. Okello Oryem together with H.E. Grace Akello Uganda’s High Commissioner to India and Mr. Yaduvendra Mathur, Former CMD, Exim Bank & Special Secretary, Niti Aayog, Government of India New Delhi jointly officiated at the Opening of the Uganda –India  Investment Roadshow in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

The Roadshow will take place from 16th to 18th September 2021 in Hotel Clarks Amer in the heart of the City. The three days of the Roadshow are themed into Investment, Trade, Tourism and Culture. The sole purpose of the Road Show is to introduce and strategically place Uganda as the number one destination for investment, trade and tourism for the elites and business community in Jaipur and India at large.

The Uganda Roadshow in Jaipur will feature intense discourse on business and investments opportunities in the different sectors of Uganda. The sectors to be discussed include Oil and gas, Agro-processing, Mining, Construction, Tourism, Information Technology, Education, Film and Health.  The keynote speakers will explain in detail the various investment and business opportunities in the various sectors. There will also be discussions on the formalities of doing business in Uganda.

H.E. Grace Akello, Uganda’s High Commissioner to the Republic of India with Mr. Yaduvendra Mathur, Former CMD, Exim Bank & Special Secretary, Niti Aayog, Government of India at the Official opening Ceremony of the Uganda India Roadshow on Investment and Business Opportunities in Uganda.

The highlight of the event will be a cultural extravaganza on the last day of the Roadshow. The extravaganza will feature performances from different parts of Uganda by Ugandan students in India. Guests will also be treated to Ugandan cultural and contemporary delicacies like the famous ‘Rolex, Matooke, omugoyo, malakwang , katogo and so much more.

Uganda’s relation with India is over a century old. Uganda worked with India long before the independence times. The goodwill between the people of both countries is already fertile grounds for conducting business.

The Mission, therefore, invites all able businessmen and women with interests of expansion in Africa to consider exploring Uganda’s various business and investment opportunities.

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