KAMPALA – Uganda is to host this year’s Commonwealth Investment Forum scheduled to take place this week.
The two-day forum organised by the Government and the Commonwealth Business Council will take place at the Kampala Sheraton Hotel from today.
The state minister for investment, Gabriel Ajedra, said the business council has confirmed that 150 private sector individuals, business associations, diplomats and business delegates from across the world will attend.
He added that business people from Uganda will also explore investment opportunities in other countries.
The Uganda Investment Authority executive director, Frank Sebbowa, said Uganda was one of the top international investment destinations in the region, thanks to its many natural resource and an attractive business climate.