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Byline: Joseph Kariuki
THE Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has withdrawn $25,000 (about sh50m) support for Uganda's trip to the World Travel Market in London from November 10-13.
This comes at a time when the country, through private sector partnerships, is set to aggressively market tourism potential at the World Travel Market for the first time.
Speaking during a cocktail party for the team in Kampala, Boniface Byamukama, the managing director of Lake Kitandara Tours and Travel, said: "We are celebrating a milestone in promoting tourism, but I have bad news. CAA has withdrawn its pledge of $25,000 and we, therefore, call upon the private sector to …