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The Rwandan economy comes under special focus in 2014 because it is twenty years since the genocide. This blog provides some summary growth and development data and links on Rwanda, a country that is attracting increasing interest from students and teachers as part of their development economics course. Rwanda is a small landlocked country with a population of just around 12 million. In recent years it has been one of the fastest growing countries in the world. Real GDP growth is forecast at 7.5% in 2014 and the government has an ambitious target of sustaining growth rates closer to 10% in the next five years as part of a broader aim of lifting Rwanda into middle income territory. DBS Economics Society DBS Economics Society
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