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The East African : Feb 2nd 2015
The EastAfrican JANUARY 31-FEBRUARY 6, 2015 PUBLISHING, PRINTING AND STATIONARY COMPANIES Printers zero in on school books By A CORRESPONDENT The EastAfrican T he w≥iting and ≥eading cultu≥e in the ≥egion has pushed the demand fo≥ p≥inting schola≥ly wo≥k up as the gove≥nments suppo≥t f≥ee p≥ima≥y and seconda≥y education coupled with the me≥gence of new w≥ite≥s and self-o≥iented ≥eading citizens. Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Bu≥undi o≠e≥ f≥ee p≥ima≥y and seconda≥y education. The love fo≥ lite≥atu≥e and need fo≥ futu≥e ≥efe≥ence has seen many students go fo≥ ha≥d copies of books and ≥efe≥nce notes amidst ≥ising demand fo≥ online copies. The publishing indust≥y in East Af≥ica is a fast-≥ising secto≥, gauging by the many eme≥ging publishing houses and self-publishe≥s. THE Uganda P≥inting and Publishing Co≥po≥ation (UPPC) a state co≥po≥ation established by the Uganda P≥inting and Publishing Co≥po≥ation Act is an autonomous gove≥nment co≥po≥ation that handles both gove≥nmental and p≥ivate secto≥ p≥inting and publishing. “We o≠e≥ to ou≥ clients high quality books p≥inting and binding se≥vices at ve≥y com- Special advertising section 15 petitive ≥ates. Expe≥ienced man powe≥, specialised machine≥y and suppo≥t of ou≥ inte≥national clients help us to touch new ho≥izons with ou≥ book p≥inting se≥vices,” said UPPC o∞cials. The co≥po≥ation se≥vices also include high quality o≠set oneto-fou≥ colo≥ text books p≥inting se≥vices and an in-house binde≥y fo≥ all kinds of books.
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