During the 4th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC IV) that took place in May 2011, in Istanbul, Turkey; Uganda and other UN Member States committed to creating conditions for attracting investments and promoting private sector development for enhanced productive capacities and accelerated human and social development.
The above captioned edition of UNCTAD’s Investment Policy Monitor in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) provides an overview of National Investment Policy trends since the LDC IV conference in 2011. It focuses on the international investment policy dimension and includes a summary of key facts and figures. It also points to what could be done in order to improve FDI performance.
In the case of Uganda, the Investment Code has been Uganda's main legal framework for domesticating and advancing the outcomes of the 4th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC IV). Enacted in 1991, and amended in 2019, the Investment Code strengthened Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) by establishing it as a “One-Stop-Centre" for facilitating investment.
For details on performance of investment policies in LDCs since 2011, click the following link: https://unctad.org/system/files/official-document/diaepcbinf2022d2_en.pdf