I read stories in The New Times stating how a group of investors from Singapore, one of Asia’s and world’s leading economies expressing their interest to invest in Rwanda. In fact, that two companies from Singapore have already registered in Rwanda.
To me, this is great news. Rwanda is aspiring to become like Singapore and actually wants to copy Singapore’s development model to propel itself to a middle income economy.
It’s therefore timely that business people from Singapore consider investing their money in Rwanda. I believe they have a lot to offer to their Rwandan counterparts and consumers.
It also shows that Rwanda’s efforts to place itself among the countries with a favourable climate for investment are paying off. Rwanda is open for business.