Economics: Rwanda the new economic role model

Economics: Rwanda the new economic role model

Rwanda, notorious for the genocide and ethnic brutality which killed 800,000 people, has emerged as a World Bank economic role model. It is now considered one of Africa's most stable countries and the best for doing business in East Africa as this special report explains.

INTERNATIONAL donors consider Rwanda an economic role model just 18 years after the country was all but destroyed by civil war and genocide.

Rwanda’s frail economy had collapsed by June, 1994. Its basic infrastructure was ruined and the country`s once fertile fields had turned into mass graves. The genocide, which had torn the country apart, had claimed the lives of 800,000 Rwandans...

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