In a bid to improve fiscal and financial transparency, accountability and public participation within districts and their subsidiary, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, in collaboration various stakeholders on Tuesday...[more]
September 25, 2019: The Government of Rwanda and the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) today signed a financing agreement for an additional financing water supply and sanitation program worth US$20...[more]
September 17, 2019: The Minister of Finance and Economic planning, Dr. Uzziel Ndagijimana yesterday received and held bilateral discussions with H. E Ambassador of China to Rwanda RAO Hongwei.
The meeting focused on the status...[more]
September 15, 2019: Rwanda’s economy grew by 12.2% in the second quarter according to figures release by the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR).
Announcing the economic performance for the second quarter Yusuf...[more]
Kigali September 2,2019: The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank today signed a US$125 million (approximately Frw 112 billion) credit agreement to enable expansion of electricity services in Rwanda.
The new Rwanda...[more]
From Uzziel Ndagijimana, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda The IMF Article IV Consultation dated July 3 2019 concludes that “Rwanda has made considerable progress in sustaining high and inclusive growth and...[more]
August 16, 2019: The Governments of Japan and Rwanda signed a concessional loan agreement worth US$ 90 million (approximately Frw 82 billion) to assist Rwanda’s effort to tackle malnutrition in Rwanda. The support will be...[more]
August 9, 2019: Standard and Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings raised its long-term sovereign credit rating on Rwanda to 'B+' from 'B'. The outlook is stable. At the same time, it affirmed its short-term sovereign credit rating at...[more]
On August 3, 2019, Stephen Paduano published an article in The Atlantic (“China’s Investments in Rwanda Raise Familiar Questions About Debt”) in which he describes Chinese investments in Africa as a ‘Chinese debt trap’....[more]
Kigali, August 1, 2018 - The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank today signed a US $200 million (Approximately Frw 180 Billion) credit financing agreement to support Rwanda’s quality basic education for the human capital...[more]
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