International Trade Agreements with Rwanda

Rwanda has signed a number of International trade agreements which include, those on; investment promotion, avoidance of double taxation, trade and business facilitation, among others.

The countries with which Rwanda has signed these Agreements include among others; the United States of America (USA), South Africa, Mauritius and Belgium.

The other countries with which Rwanda has Bilateral Trade Agreements, include; Burundi, the Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

Treaties under negotiation

Currently Rwanda is in the process of negotiating more Bilateral trade Agreements with its potential trade and economic partners. The countries that Rwanda is negotiating such agreements with include Cuba -Nigeria -Turkey -Gabon and Singapore

 

http://www.cuts-geneva.org/pacteac/images/Documents/EAC%20Forum/Forum2/120309-EAC%20Geneva%20Forum-Second%20Rwanda%20Note-Final.pdf

http://www.ustr.gov/countries-regions/africa/east-africa/rwanda

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