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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unit of measure error Dependent variables Yield Tonnes per hectare 1.942 0.027 Gross profit margin Uganda shillings, 0.188 0.006 millions per hectare of grain Explanatory variables Seed Expenditure (Uganda 6660 258 shillings) per hectare Fertiliser Expenditure (Uganda 594 86 shillings) per hectare Fungicides/herbicides Expenditure (Uganda 990 116 shillings) per hectare Traction cost Expenditure (Uganda 6608 317 shillings) per hectare Manure Quantity (kilograms) 22.754 9.38 applied per hectare Area Hectare cultivated 0.31 0.01 Hired labour Expenditure (Uganda 23744 1105 shillings) per hectare Urban 1=Urban resident, 0.07 0.006 0=rural resident Family size Number of people in 6.43 0.08 household Sex 1=farmer is male, 0.78 0.01 0=farmer is female Age Age of farmer in years 43.03 0.36 Educ.
The UHRC awarded him 18 million Uganda shillings in both exemplary and general damages, in finding that the complainant's right to freedom from torture was violated, the UHRC relied on the Convention against Torture and the African Charter on Human and Peoples" Rights.
Ironically, one can pay in either Kenyan or Uganda shillings. Her sentiments were shared by another trader, Grace Auma, who sells maize which she imports from a cereal market Uganda, about seven kilometres away.
The commonest unit of measurement was half a kilogram or 500 ml plastic cup, which on average cost Uganda shillings 2,500 ([approximately equal to] US $ 1.4) per cup of fresh R.

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