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]
Trade experts call for increased intra-African trade
The 24th African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) Annual General Meeting opened in Kigali today with a call to expand intra-African trade.
Held under the backdrop of...[more]
Rwanda has recommended the G20 for Compact with Africa (CWA), an initiative that supports reliable financial framework in order to increase investment opportunities, push for more sustainable infrastructure as well as create jobs...[more]
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