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ArtikelAfrica's Singapore?; Business in Rwanda  
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Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: The Economist ( vol. 402 no. 8773 (Feb. 2012), page 65.
Topik: Corruption in Government; Presidency; Business Conditions
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Isi artikelPaul Kagame, Rwanda's president, sits in the captain's chair. His technocratic ministers sit nearby. When the talk turns to business, Mr Kagame becomes animated. It is his passion--he says he reads business case studies in bed. He wants to turn Rwanda into the Singapore of central Africa. He is nothing if not ambitious. The startling improvement in Rwanda's business climate is largely thanks to Mr Kagame. Rwanda's president is a controversial figure. On the plus side, he has overseen dramatic improvements of Rwanda's institutions. He understands that his country may collapse again if it does not grow richer, and he is determined to make it easier for businesses to operate.
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