Investment Climate in Rwanda

Rwanda has a sound macroeconomic management and fiscal discipline that has resulted into consistent economy growth.  The private sector is a key driver for the development of the economy. The government promotes a zero tolerance approach to corruption   backed with affirmative action to create a corrupt free environment. The population of Rwanda is still largely rural.  Rwanda is considered as the most competitive place to do business in East Africa.  The long term goal of the government is to transform Rwanda from a low-income agriculture-based economy to a knowledge-based, service-oriented economy with a middle-income status by 2020. The following is a summary of the investment climate;

The economy
Rwanda Vision 2020
Exports of Rwanda
International Trade Agreements with Rwanda
Natural Resources of Rwanda
Trading partners with Rwanda
Welcoming attitude
Security and corruption
Unemployment and skilled labour
Credit rating
Restrictions on investments
Facts on doing business in Rwanda
Investment guarantee
Investment Authority in Rwanda
Investment incentives in Rwanda
Intellectual property rights
Getting land
Tax Climate
Facilitating organisations
Investment opportunities
Business environment

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