* Entrepreneurs eye farming, banking and telecoms * Hurdles to business include lack of roads, laws * Oil still dominates war-ravaged economy By Alexander Dziadosz JUBA, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Ugandan motorbike taxis weave through rutted streets. A Kuwaiti telecoms firm prepares to lay fiber-optic cable. Chinese and European delegations file down the oil ministry's scruffy halls. An influx of adventurous entrepreneurs has helped fuel a small business boom in the world's youngest ...
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