Posted on :Monday , 14th January 2019
The total number of projects in East Africa has risen by a substantial 96% between 2017 and 2018 with an equally substantial increase of 167% in the total US dollar value of projects, a new report has shown.
The Africa Construction Trends (2018) by consultancy firm Deloitte, reveals that East Africa has a total of 139 projects at a combined value of US$87.1bn. The region accounts. . .
Posted on :Thursday , 25th October 2018
Recent economic research and forecasts have found that investments in East African infrastructure construction are set to expand rapidly. Total infrastructure construction output in the region’s largest markets of Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania, is expected to grow from USD 25.9 billion in 2017, to USD 98.8 billion in 2022.
Posted on :Tuesday , 9th October 2018
The IMF and the World Bank have released the growth estimates for Rwanda to 7.2 percent . The International Monetary Fund(IMF) has retainied the economic growth projection for 2018 at 7.2 percent based on strong industrial policy and favourable climate which helped in boosting agricultural output. Rwanda is one of the fastest growing economies with an average growth rate of 7 percent every year. . .
Posted on :Monday , 1st October 2018
Rwanda and India have signed a US$66.60 million (Approximately Frw 56 billion) concessional loan agreement worth US$66.60 million (Approximately Frw 56 billion) towards the construction of the Base- Butaro-Kidaho road project. Dr. Uzziel Ndagijimana, Rwandan Minister of Finance and Economic Planning signed on behalf of the Rwandan Government along with Mr. Tarun Sharma, General Manager and Regi. . .
Posted on :Saturday , 1st September 2018
Rwanda Development Bank (BRD) has unveiled a housing project, which promises to ease the shortage of affordable housing in the country.
A certified study by the City of Kigali, the Ministry of Infrastructure, and the European Union showed that Kigali could face a housing deficit of 344,000 homes by 2020.
Currently about 800 and 1,000 housing units are constructed in Kigali annua. . .