Uganda 2017-18 Debt Climbed 22% on Infrastructure Spending

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Pro-poor orientation of Uganda’s 2017/18 budget 4/ The Uganda 2017/18 budget: highlights. increased budget: total budgeted government expenditure for the 2017/18 financial year is uganda shillings (ugx) 22 trillion, an increase in nominal terms from the previous budget of UGX 20.5 trillion.

sound public investment management systems. Indeed, a key risk to Uganda’s fiscal strategy relates to the potential for public investments to fail to yield the expected growth and welfare dividend. Over the past decade, for every dollar invested in Uganda’s capital infrastructure, only seven-tenth of a dollar has been generated.

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Uganda 2017-18 Debt Climbed 22% on Infrastructure Spending Fred Ojambo , Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) — Uganda’s total debt climbed by more than a fifth in the 2017-18 fiscal year as the east african nation increased spending to develop key hydropower projects and infrastructure to support its planned oil production.

568.7 M required for 2017 including special situations 123.7 M contributions received, representing 22% of requirements 445.0 M overall funding gap for Uganda All figures displayed are in USD

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Pro-poor orientation of the 2017/18 Uganda Budget 4/ Government is borrowing heavily from non-concessional sources to drive its industrialisation policy. This is causing public debt to rise, which – unless the investment leads to increased growth – will result in further constriction in the already-constrained

Saskatchewan expects total public debt to climb by C$2.3 billion to C$20.0 billion, by March 31, 2019, due mostly to financing of infrastructure assets. At 15 percent in 2017-18, only British.

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Uganda’s expenditure on infrastructure projects using debt has not yet reached levels where the country is at risk of defaulting. Uganda’s Debt Accumulation Makes It Vulnerable to Defaulting, Says.