Nigeria’s former President discusses the future of African entrepreneurship.
According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitive Index, Rwanda moved four positions in 2015 to 62nd position, making it the most competitive country in East Africa.
Watch this video (above) to hear President Kegame, government ministers and business leaders explain how the country has systematically focused on eliminating constraints to encourage private sector investments and growth – resulting in Rwanda being granted the second easiest place to do business in Africa by the World Bank.
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