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Rwanda: Rwanda Strives To Maintain Post Genocide Economic Boom

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By Reuters

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KIGALI RWANDA (RECENT) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF VIEWS OF KIGALI VIEW OF KIGALI CONVENTION CENTER UNDER CONSTRUCTION/KIGALI SKYLINE BUILDINGS UNDER CONSTRUCTION CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, RWANDA DEVELOPMENT BOARD, CLARE AKAMANZA WORKING IN HER OFFICE (SOUNDBITE) (English) CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, RWANDA DEVELOPMENT BOARD, CLARE AKAMANZI, SAYING: "We believe that the private sector is the corner stone of our economic growth. So we put in place not just policies, laws and regulations but also infrastructure to support the private sector to grow. So we privatise the economy." VARIOUS OF EXTERIOR OF I&M BANK RWANDA OFFICES EXTERIOR OF BANK OF KIGALI BUILDING EXTERIOR OF ECOBANK BUILDING SIGN READING GT BANK STREET SCENE ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA (APRIL 09, 2017) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF SENIOR RESEARCHER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES (ISS AFRICA) DR. SOLOMON AYELE DERSSO WORKING ON HIS LAPTOP LOGO OF ISS (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOLOMON AYELE DERSSO, SENIOR RESEARCHER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES (ISS AFRICA) SAYING: "Rwanda has reached a point it can still sustain of the socio economic transformation that it has achieved over the course of the past two decades." VARIOUS OF BOOKS IN DERSSO'S OFFICE (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOLOMON AYELE DERSSO, SENIOR RESEARCHER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES (ISS AFRICA) SAYING: "But given the changes that has happened, towards the end of 2013 and since then I would imagine that there would be definitely a change in the way the international community engages Rwanda as far as the point the M23 is concerned. That one is no more an issue now. Of course Rwanda continues to have concerns and interests in the eastern DRC, understandably because of the FDLR." KIGALI RWANDA (RECENT) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF TRADERS AT THE RWANDA STOCK EXCHANGE TRADER WRITING ON BOARD ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA (APRIL 09, 2017) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOLOMON AYELE DERSSO, SENIOR RESEARCHER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES (ISS AFRICA) SAYING: "We don't need to experience the exact situation of what Rwanda went through to understand the magnanimity of the challenge that the country has gone through and the difficulties relating to that. This does not mean that the government should use this challenge as a pretext silence and completely close the political space as it were. What it essentially means is that the exercise of striking this balance should be a continuous one." KIGALI STREET SCENES
Dateline: 2017

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