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Rwanda :An aviation hub

Despite tight conditions in the airline industry, Rwanda’s national airline, RwandAir, is expanding rapidly into Africa, with Canadian-manufactured Bombardier as its chosen aircraft. RwandAir, which


AIP to help students become skilled entrepreneurs

African Innovation Prize (AIP) is a UK-based charity founded in 2010 by Cambridge University graduates to spur students’ innovation and entrepreneurship skills  in Africa, through


Invest in Rwandan tourism sector.

This Monday in Kigali, took place an International Summit on Tourism industry promotion  to discuss about what might hinder foreign investors to  massively invest in


He is proud of his grandfather heritage

Chances come rarely in life but it happened to a young man called Jean Claude Nsengiyaremye when his grandfather gave to him a valuable heritage.


Rwanda’s Bank of Kigali says Q1 profit rose 8.8 pct

Rwanda’s Bank of Kigali pretax profits rose 8.8 percent year-on-year in the first quarter to $6.8 million and the bank expects the opening of an


European stocks hold gains on Fed hopes; Dax up 0.20%

European stocks remained higher on Tuesday, after positive Spanish jobless data and as downbeat U.S. data on Monday dampened expectations for the Federal Reserve to


Rwanda: Private Investors to Run Tourism Business in Parks

Akagera and Nyungwe National Parks, two of the main natural reserves in the country, will soon accommodate private-owned touristic products that can boost tourism business.This


Grobal market updates

  During European afternoon trade, the EURO STOXX 50 gained 0.36%, France’s CAC 40 climbed 0.47%, while Germany’s DAX 30 added 0.23%. Investor confidence improved


International Finance: Global Markets News

Improved euro zone confidence data gave a lift on Thursday to European shares and the euro, after another five percent dive in Japan’s Nikkei share


The Heck Is Happening To World Markets

Something’s up. Everyone can tell. But nobody is quite sure what it is.Around the world, markets aren’t behaving quite like they were just a week