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Uganda to spend at least $ 1.2 million for marketing its tourism potential

10 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tour World

Uganda will spend at least $1.2 million on marketing the country's tourism potential, besides the $1.5 million that was spent last year.
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Uganda to spend at least $ 1.2 million for marketing its tourism potential

Uganda to spend at least $ 1.2 million for marketing its tourism potential

10 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Uganda will spend at least $1.2 million on marketing the country's tourism potential, besides the $1.5 million that was spent last year.
State minister for Tourism, Godfrey Kiwanda, said that the government will hire three more public relations firms from China, Japan and Gulf states to market Uganda's tourism potential. He revealed that each firm will receive $ 400,000 .
In 2016, Uganda hired three public relations firms in Germany, the UK and America to market the tourism sector for increasing the number of foreign tourists. The three firms including PHG Consulting headquartered in USA...
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Sweden will be cashless in 5 years, according to the country's largest and oldest technical university

Sweden will be cashless in 5 years, according to the country's largest and oldest technical university

10 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Thomson Reuters
Cash usage is dropping rapidly in Sweden, which could soon become the world's first cashless society.
The country could abandon paper money within five years, according to scientists at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
Only 13% of all money transactions are made with cash today.
Across the globe, there are currently about 500 billion banknotes and trillions of coins in circulation. For the majority of the world's population, a cashless society is years away. See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: Ian Bremmer: Why the American dream doesn't...
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