Rwanda and the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry are keen to expand trade between the two countries and to explore investment opportunities.
The move comes as a continuation of ongoing investments made by Gulf states in the Egyptian economy as it suffers from the impact of the Ukraine war.
The UAE and Saudi Arabia lead Gulf investment across Sub-Saharan Africa.
n a move signaling an improvement in the relationship between the two countries, Qatar will invest USD 5 billion in Egypt, according to government sources.
Botswana’s Investment and Trade Centre states that the country offers a range of general and sector-specific investment incentives and no foreign exchange controls.
Meetings in Rabat saw discussions on how to further cooperation between the two countries.
anzania has registered 294 investment projects which are expected to inject capital amounting to USD 8.129 billion, creating 62,301 employment opportunities.
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