To kick-start the establishment of one-stop centre in Uganda, the World Bank Group has provided a loan of $3 million (about Shs9 billion) for the construction of the structure.
Currently, investors move from one place to another to get all the documents they need before their enterprises are established, which is associated with delays and frustrations.
The one- top centre, which will be built in Kololo in Kampala, will house Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB), Uganda Revenue Authority (URA), Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) and a department of National Environmental Authority (Nema) to work in an integrated manner to provide the business community/investors with the necessary documents they need to establish a business in Uganda. Read more. Source | Daily Monitor