Rwanda continues to seek ways to address existing bottlenecks that affect trade development along the Northern and the Central corridors and the wider market, a process the government believes cannot be successful without the private sector stepping in.
“We need to step up our game but we will not do that without you the private sector, so we need to work together, you to tell us what is it that we can do on our side to facilitate your penetration in this market,” Minister of East African Community, Amb. Valentine Rugwabiza (pictured above) said recently.
Minister Rugwabiza was speaking at the 5th MINEAC-private sector quarterly breakfast meeting held in Kigali.
According to the minister, the EA market is growing with South Sudan to be admitted to this market next month. This is a big market that calls for the private sector to get engaged more. Read more. Source | East African Business Week