For the growth of the country’s economy to sustain and keep increasing, it will require efficiency and growth of financial institutions and deepening of an effective capital market - Claver Gatete, the minister of Finance and...[more]
March 23, 2018: Rwanda’s economy is projected to grow by 7.2% boosted by services as well as booming construction sector according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Speaking at a joint press conference Laure Redifer,...[more]
On 22nd March 2018: The Government of Rwanda and Government of Japan today signed a financing agreement worth 7.670 billion yen (around 68 million USD or Frw57 billion) for the Ngoma-Ramiro road upgrading project.
Kigali March 22, 2018: The Government of Rwanda and the African Development Fund (AfDB) today signed a loan agreement worth US$ 30 million (Approximately Frw 25 billion) to finance the establishment of Rwanda Innovation Fund...[more]
Kigali, March 20th, 2018: Government of Rwanda and TradeMark East Africa the signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) extending their partnership to 2023. In the MoU, the two have committed to support interventions that will...[more]
Rwanda’s economy grew by 6.1% in 2017 beating 5.2% projections set earlier. The growth is attributed to good performance in the fourth quarter which registered 10.5% growth, rebounding from the slowdown in the first quarter where...[more]
Kigali, March 12, 2018: The Government of Rwanda and the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) today signed a financing agreement worth US$ 20 Million (Approximately Frw 17 billion) to support the water and sanitation...[more]
Kigali, March 7, 2018 - The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank today signed a $55 million to reduce stunting rates among children under age 5 in 13 of Rwanda’s highest-stunting districts.
Of the $55 million approved...[more]
February 20, 2018: Residents of Kigali are set to benefit from the country’s first wastewater treatment plant and public sewage network after Government of Rwanda and the European Investment Bank (EIB) signed a loan agreement to...[more]
Standard and Poor (S&P) Global Ratings affirmed its 'B/B' long- and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on Rwanda.
The stable outlook reflects S&P expectation of relatively strong...[more]
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