Uganda Hikes Rates for First Time Since 2018 to Tame Inflation – Bloomberg

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Kampala, Uganda.

Uganda increased interest rates for the first time since October 2018 to counter accelerating inflation and support the weakening shilling.
The monetary policy committee raised the benchmark rate to 7.5% from 6.5%, Deputy Governor Michael Atingi-Ego told reporters Thursday.


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