The President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, is visiting Mozambique in the coming days and will deliver a lecture on the contribution of the Rwandan private sector to national development on Tuesday 25 October, at 11 am.
According to Mozambique based online media, Club of Mozambique, the lecture on private sectors federation to Rwanda’s economy will be held at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Centre and the news confirmed by minister of justice and general attorney Johnston Busingye on his Twitter.
— Busingye Johnston (@BusingyeJohns) October 23, 2016
Rwanda is a member of the Community of East Africa (EAC) and has a strong economy based on agriculture, industry and services. The growth of its economy has been signaled as one of the world’s best by The Economist magazine.
The lecture will be open to all interested parties including entrepreneurs, academics, journalists and students.
Rwanda has been one of the best countries in Africa and the world for business environment, coming 62nd out 189 economies in the latest Doing Business Ranking.
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