Posts Tagged ‘Rwanda’
From almost every point of view, Rwanda’s performance over the past decade has been an unambiguous success story.
For Rwanda to become an emerging middle-income economy, it will need to unleash its export potential.
Rwanda has transformed from an average C-grade market coffee producing country into one gaining significant traction in the global market for specialty coffee.
kLab aims to become a central beacon for Rwanda’s ICT hopes and dreams, a melting pot where creative young talent can nurture innovation and find opportunity.
A little white flower is bringing bright prospects for Rwanda’s economy, and the lives of thousands of small farmers in the process.
How U.S. businessman and former CEO of Alltel, Scott Ford, is getting it right in Africa.
Mobile telecommunications firm Bharti Airtel today announced that it will commence with operations in Rwanda.
Rwanda is the East African country that has improved its business regulatory environment the most over the past five years.
According to legend in Rwanda, the Batwa people were born to dance.
Rwanda Ventures is attempting to reshape the country’s entire dairy industry, while paying farmers a premium for quality milk.
A new Rwf5 billion (US$8.4 million) cassava flour processing plant in Rwanda will provide farmers with a ready market for their produce.
Rwanda’s ambition to become the Singapore of Africa is succeeding, according to a recent report by Renaissance Capital.
Five companies, three foreign and two local, have indicated an interest to invest in the mega Kigali City Park.
The Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) is expected to open for trading on 31 January.
The Rwanda Development Board has revealed that the country’s fibre optic cable roll-out has been completed and that the network will be fully operational by April 2011.