Do Foreign Direct Investments contribute to Rwanda’s economic growth?

Discerning the economy of Rwanda from where it came from in the past two decades, seeing the economic struggle to uplift the living conditions of the population, and policies usually thought to implement in a devastated nation like Rwanda, there was definitely those strategies behind the current trend of economic growth, where Rwanda’s GDP is at a good level in Africa, in relation to Foreign Direct Investments. Rwanda’s FDI inflow increased from $3 million in 1997 to $410 million in 2016, a huge leap in only two decades.

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