Ugandan Court Rules that Using a foreign trademark in a business attracts payment of VAT

Some companies usually do business using foreign trademarks licensed under franchise arrangements. This allows a locally registered entity to locally use a trademark owned by a foreign company.

Ugandan Court Rules that Using a foreign trademark in a business attracts payment of VAT
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