Harbour facilities will be built on Lake Kivu © Abel Kavanagh/Monusco
Harbour facilities will be built on Lake Kivu © Abel Kavanagh/Monusco

$53m boost for Rwandan trade

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
22 March 2018

Rwanda is in line for investment of $53m that will be used to help improve harbour facilities and customs processes.

Development organisation TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) and the Rwandan government have signed an MOU extending an existing partnership to 2023, paving the way for the extra funding that will be used to boost trade, cut poverty and create at least 100,000 jobs.

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