PICTORIAL: Business in pictures

LAST WEEK, there were a number of business developments and engagements within the city. Among those that caught the eye of most were the Central Bank’s Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Statement as well as roundtable gathering of the young business executives. Business Times captured the scenes in some of the meetings.

Last week, there were a number of business developments and engagements within the city. Among those that caught the eye of most were the Central Bank’s Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Statement as well as roundtable gathering of the young business executives. Business Times captured the scenes in some of the meetings.

Central Bank Governor John Rwangombwa speaking at the Monetary Policy and Financial Stability statement yesterday. 

Kimironko Market on Tuesday, Feb 19. 

Senior management of the Central Bank engaged stakeholders from the local financial sector during the half-day meeting.

RDB’s chief executive Clare Akamanzi.

The young CEO Forum is an opportunity for the future business leaders of the country to interact and discuss business opportunities and tackle some of the challenges they encounter.

Youth minister Rosemary Mbabazi said the forum is another effort to ensure that youths are provided with the right environment for growth. 

A potatoes seller in Kimironko Market. Prices were stable last week. 

Car owners will soon have to pay more for their insurance premiums as insurance operators are set to further hike prices in coming days.