Kigali, May 18, 2017-The Government of Rwanda and the Federal Republic of Germany today concluded development cooperation negotiations commonly known as Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN) that will see the later disburse €81...[more]
An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team today completed the seventh and second reviews of Rwanda’s Policy Support Instrument (PSI) and Stand-by Credit Facility (SCF). The team led by Laure Redifer, visited Kigali from May...[more]
The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning last week hosted a delegation of nine officials from the National Treasury of Kenya who were on a 5 day official visit to benchmark the Government of Rwanda Public Finance...[more]
Fitch Ratings last week affirmed Rwanda’s long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at ‘B+’. The Outlooks are Stable. The issue rating on Rwanda’s senior unsecured Foreign-Currency bonds is also affirmed...[more]
Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning on Wednesday appeared before the Parliamentary Standing Committee on National Budget and Patrimony to outline their activities for the 2017/18 financial year as well as highlight the...[more]
The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Claver Gatete today presented to both chambers of parliament, the Budget Framework Paper (BFP) and the medium term budget estimates for 2017/18 -2019/20.
BFP is a document outlining...[more]
Rwanda and six other African countries have exhibited economic resilience in recent past that saw them post annual growth rate above 5.4% in 2015-2017, according to a new World Bank report released yesterday.
The six others...[more]
The Governments of Rwanda and Japan today signed a financing agreement worth US$18.8 million (Approximately Frw 15.3 Billion) to support the phase 3 of the second strategic Plan for the Transformation of agriculture (PASTA II)....[more]
KIGALI, Rwanda March 31, 2017 - The Government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MINECOFIN) is pleased to announce the successful sale of its stake of 19.81 percent in I&M Bank(Rwanda) Ltd, to...[more]
World Bank president Dr. Jim Yong Kim on Wednesday said that Rwanda’s approach to encourage private sector investment was a sure way to build resilience and maintain growth.
During a public lecture held on the theme...[more]
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