KIGALI, Rwanda – The economic investment report dedicated to strengthening Rwanda’s position and international exposure was recently launched in Kigali.
This is essential for a country that was recently ranked the most competitive nation in East Africa, third in Africa in the world economic forum’s global competitiveness report.
Rwanda’s Minister of Infrastructure James Musoni said report was accurate.
He said: “This publication shows the opportunities Rwanda is offering in terms of investment, services, among others.”
The report highlights Rwanda’s most dynamic recent developments and investment opportunities.
It highlights interviews with government officials, representatives of international organizations and the country’s most successful industry entrepreneurs and leaders.
Musoni said: “There are tremendous opportunities for investors in various sectors whether through direct investment or public-private partnerships in all infrastructure sectors such as energy, transport, housing and urban planning, water and sanitation.”
“We could not have had the publication in a better time. The country has been upgraded. All this confirms that Rwanda especially in the context of the East African Community is a good destination for local and African investors and European partners.”
Robert Masozera, Rwanda’s Ambassador to the European Union in Brussels commented Rwanda for the positive transformation with strong and efficient institutions headed by men and women who are hardworking, resilient and courageous.
Francois Kanimba, Rwanda’s minister of trade and industry said: “The ministry is enhancing the public partnership to growth industrial production and welcomes investment that will add value to local products and bring in new know-how and technologies.”
The European times reaches close to half a million decision makers and opinion leaders of top enterprises in Europe as well as European Union Parliament members and 1.7 million online readers.
Source: East African Business Week
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