Rwanda’s Ministry of East African Community held the third MINEAC-Private sector breakfast meeting to review the challenges that business people face when using the Central Corridor to and from Dar es Salaam.
Present were leading businessmen and women from different companies and sectors that range from transport, logistics, export-import, mining, manufacturing, freight forwarders and shippers who predominately use the central corridor for business.
“The Central Corridor is very important for Rwanda’s trade as it accounts for over 60% of the regional trade and therefore all initiatives aimed at improving the central corridor will have a direct impact on transport costs, and competitiveness thus contribute to the reduction of cost of doing business in Rwanda,” Rwanda’s Minister of East African Community Affairs, Amb. Valentine Rugwabiza said. Read more. Source | East African Business Week