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CIA - Rwanda Factbook

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Superman, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. Superman

    Superman JF-Expert Member

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    Economy of Rwanda

    Currency Rwandan: franc (RWF)

    Fiscal year: calendar year

    Trade organisations: WTO, ECCAS, EAC, COMESA

    Statistics:

    GDP (PPP): $13.7 billion (2006) (135)
    GDP growth: 5.8% (2006)
    GDP per capita: $1,600 (2006)
    GDP by sector: agriculture: 39.4%, industry: 23.3%, services: 37.3% (2006 est.)
    Inflation: (CPI) 6.7% (2006)

    Population

    below poverty line 60% (2001)
    Gini index: 28.9 (1985)
    Labour force: 4.6 million (2000)

    Labour force by occupation
    agriculture: 90%, industry and services: 10%
    Unemployment: no data
    Main industries: cement, agricultural products, small-scale beverages, soap, furniture, shoes, plastic goods, textiles, cigarettes

    External:
    Exports: $135.4 million (2006)
    Export goods: coffee, tea, hides, tin ore
    Main export partners: China 10.2%, Germany 9.6%, United States 4.3% (2006)
    Imports: $390.4 million (2006)
    Import goods: foodstuffs, machinery and equipment, steel, petroleum products, cement and construction material
    Main import partners: Kenya 19.7%, Germany 7.8%, Uganda 6.9%, Belgium 5% (2006)
    Gross External Debt: {{{gross external debt}}}

    Public finances:
    Public debt: $1.4 billion (2004) (external)
    Revenues: $560.9 million
    Expenses: $654 million
    Economic aid recipient: $425 million (2003)
    Main data source: CIA World Factbook

    All values, unless otherwise stated, are in US dollars
     
  2. Mwanamalundi

    Mwanamalundi JF-Expert Member

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    This is typical sub-saharan africa. The statistics tell. After all, just like any sub-saharan africa, this is how the situation in rwanda looks like

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  3. Masanja

    Masanja JF-Expert Member

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    Mwanamalundi, kwenye hizo statistics, ndo unaona unafiki na uzandiki wa IMF NA WB wanatupa figures wakati watu wetu wanakufa kama nzi! Yaani hizo picha angeziona Zoelick rais wa WB..nadhani angekuita uwe msaidizi wake...sasa hapo kweli huo uchumi wa 5% sijui 7% unamnufaisha nani? aise hii dunia hii tunapigana changa la macho mno!
     
  4. Lusajo

    Lusajo JF-Expert Member

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    Nashangaa Tanzania haipo katika nchi ambazo zina -Export bidhaa zake kwenda Rwanda. Inabidi tujitahidi kuzalisha vitu na kuuza katika nchi jirani. Naona Wa-China kila mahali.
     
  5. Mahesabu

    Mahesabu JF-Expert Member

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    ukiangalia picha ni kama vile buzuluga, mwanga(jirani na zanzibar lodge)mbangamaho,unga ltd au midizin.......!(SSA LOOKS THE SAME)
     
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