Ugandan Shilling

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Ugandan Shilling

The currency of Uganda. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the East African shilling. It was marked by high inflation and was revalued in 1987. See also: UGS, UGX.
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As part of its Local Currency Initiative, the AfDB has issued, since 2005, a series of bonds denominated in or linked to the Botswana Pula, Ghana Cedi, Kenya Shilling, Tanzania Shilling, Uganda Shilling, Zambian Kwacha and the Nigerian Naira.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has received approval from the Government of Uganda to issue bonds denominated in Uganda Shillings on the Ugandan capital market.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) will issue bonds denominated in Uganda shillings on the Ugandan capital market, structured to suit the funding requirements and repayment profiles of underlying project loans.
23) The Commission invoked Article 53(2)(b) and (c) of the Constitution (24) to award the complainant the sum of 18, 000, 000 Uganda Shillings (25) in general and exemplary damages for the violation of his right to freedom from torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment.
Figures obtained indicated a cut from the current yearOs almost 48 billion Uganda shillings, or about USUSD24 million, to just over 41 billion Uganda shillings for the next financial year.
It is hoped the scheme (costing Uganda shillings 1.
GBOT will continue to introduce new Africa-specific currency pairs such as Uganda shillings and Kenyan shillings against the dollar to enable international investors to invest in the region without worrying about forex volatility.
Vivo Energy invested 10 million Uganda shillings into the series while AoN Insurance offered the same amount to the event that will attract six teams with two franchises from Uganda that is Rwenzori and Victoria while Kenya will line-up Ndovu, the ruling series champions, Papa, Kifaru and Chui.
The study found that benefits to farmers, such as reduction of costs on health from water born diseases, were worth Uganda Shillings 5.

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