The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Claver Gatete has expressed confidence that the economy would attain the projected 6.2% growth as a result of positive trends across various sectors.
“We expect quarter three...[more]
On Sept. 8, 2017, S&P Global Ratings affirmed its 'B/B' long- and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Rwanda. The outlook is stable.S&P Global ratings cites Rwanda's moderate...[more]
Kigali July 19, 2017: The Government of Rwanda and Sweden today signed financing agreement worth US$ 7.4 million (approximately Frw 6.2 billion) to support National Employment Program.
The 2 year grant support will put emphasis...[more]
Kigali July 17, 2017: The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank today signed a US$ 120 million (approximately Frw 99 billion) to support the expansion of opportunities for the acquisition of quality, market-relevant skills in...[more]
The Government of Rwanda and the United Kingdom through the Department for International Development (DFID) today signed a Development Partnership Agreement for 2 years with £64 million (approx. Frw 69 billion) for the Fiscal...[more]
Kigali July 7, 2017: Minister of Finance and Economic Panning, Claver Gatete and World Bank Country Manager for Rwanda, Yasser El Gammal today signed a $50 million Scaling-Up Energy Renewable Program (SREP) financing...[more]
The Government is confident that the country will achieve the projected 6.2% growth target by the end of the year despite a slow start in the first quarter.
According to GDP quarterly report released by National Institute of...[more]
Rwanda and Congo Brazzaville on Sunday signed an agreement establishing a framework under which the two countries can cooperate in various areas of interest.
The areas include statistics, planning, investment, public financial...[more]
The Minister of finance and Economic Planning Claver Gatete was today elected chair of Afrexim Bank Annual General Meeting of shareholders for the year 2017-18. The event took place during a closed door session where the...[more]
President Paul Kagame has said that the current 15% rate of intra-Africa trade was unacceptably low.
President Kagame was speaking at the closing of the Afreximbank Annual General Meeting today at the Kigali Convention...[more]
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