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Over 100 companies attended the 3rd Rwanda-Zimbabwe Business Forum

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Over 100 Companies attended the 3rd session of the Rwanda-Zimbabwe Business Forum, which gathered together business persons from both countries to discuss trade opportunities between the two countries.

The Forum is going to be held in Kigali on the 18th and 19th of March, under the theme of “Shared Prosperity: Harnessing the Potential of Zimbabwean and Rwandan Economies”.

Participants of the Forum are discussing investment opportunities in many sectors such as agriculture, agribusiness, mining, manufacturing, tourism, construction, ICT, transport, finance, and education.

Zimbabwe’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sheillah Chikomo, stated during her opening remarks at the Forum that this engagement presents an opportunity to share up-to-date and improved information on trade and investment opportunities between the two countries.

“We are at your service and will be pleased to assist businesses from Zimbabwe and Rwanda with trade information to increase market coverage for goods and services.” – Zimbabwe’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sheillah Chikomo said.

Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr. Vincent Biruta, in his keynote speech, recognized the progress made in improving trade flows between the two countries since the 1st edition of this business forum, signaling that more opportunities lie ahead.

“Rwanda and Zimbabwe share a common will for inclusive growth, sustainable development, and entrepreneurship. By working together we can unlock new opportunities, accelerate investment flows, and create an environment for businesses to thrive.”

The Rwanda-Zimbabwe Business Forum commenced at the Kigali Convention Center with over 100 companies expected to showcase their products and services in this three-day Business Forum.

The Forum, convened by the National Trade Development and Promotion Organization of Zimbabwe (ZimTrade) and the Rwanda Development Board (RDB), aims to improve bilateral trade relations between Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

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