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Rwanda trade deficit falls on higher revenues

Rwanda narrowed its primary deficit in the 2015/16 fiscal year on the back of improved tax collections and lower government spending. Both the government and...

Rwanda ranks high in most talent competitive African economies

Rwanda has been ranked among top ten countries in Sub-Saharan Africa that are most talent competitive, according to 2017 Global Talent Competitive Index (GTCI). The...

Rwanda economic outlook bright, policy rate cut to boost growth

The Rwandan economy closed 2016 on an optimistic note, with the financial stability and monetary policy committees of the central bank reporting a narrowing...

RSE benchmark index stable for week ended Jan. 13

The Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) recorded at total turnover of Rwf58.8 million for the week ended January 13, recovering from the previous week’s poor...

PPP venture boosts industrial growth in Gisagara district

As part of promoting industrial growth countrywide, the government introduced Community Processing Centres (CPCs), which are mainly based in rural areas. The programme also...

Rwanda stocks remain slow at start of 2017

Both  Rwanda Stock Index  and  all shares index  remained  unchanged  to  close  at  119.91  and 127.26 respectively. Today on Exchange market both equities and bond...

Rwanda’s infrastructure milestones in 2016 and how they will impact the economy

2016 has been rated, by several commentators, as one of the “most successful years” in Rwanda’s history, as far as socio-economic development of the...

Economy grows by 5.2% in third quarter of 2016

Rwanda’s economy grew by 5.2 per cent during the third quarter of 2016, a report by the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR)...

Government optimistic of hitting Vision 2020 targets

Despite the short period left to the deadline for the mid-term development roadmap that among others, projects income per capita to reach $1,240 against...

Earnings from Rwanda Mineral Sector Grow by 40%

Earnings for Rwanda’s mineral sector are looking up after prices for Rwanda’s second most important mineral export by revenues, tin, shot up by 40...