UNBS in the Media 25th to 29th April 2022

PVOC ENGAGEMENTS IN BUSIA, MALABA;

NEW VISION (HARD COPY) – ATTACHED

 

NEW VISION ONLINE – Traders, clearing agents accuse UNBS of causing delays. Traders and clearing agents at the border town of Malaba have accused the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) of causing uneccessary delays in cargo clearance. READ MORE HERE

 

UGANDA RADIO NETWORK – Clearing Agents in Busia Decry Delayed Verification of Goods by UNBS. Mariam Nkemba, a clearing agent with Atapar Clearing Agencies wants UNBS to recruit more staff to help expedite the verification process. READ MORE HERE

 

THE INDEPENDENT – Clearing agents in Busia decry delayed verification of goods by UNBS. Clearing agents have complained over the delayed verification of goods by the Uganda National Bureau of Standards-UNBS at the Busia One-Stop Border Post. READ MORE HERE

 

NEWS IN AFRICA –  Clearing agents in Busia decry delayed verification of goods by UNBS. Clearing agents have complained over the delayed verification of goods by the Uganda National Bureau of Standards-UNBS at the Busia One-Stop Border Post. READ MORE HERE

 

UNBS ON COMMODITY PRICES;

 

NBS TV – ATTACHED