Private sector players in Rwanda and Zimbabwe have been urged to take advantage of the available tools for development and sustainable growth in Africa such as the Africa Continental Free Trade Area Agreement.
The call was made by Foreign Minister Dr Vincent Biruta during the ongoing trade and investment summit where Rwanda’s Private Sector Federation and the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries signed a memorandum of understanding.
The agreement was part of 5 pacts signed in the same meeting, as the two countries seek to enhance trade ties.
“As you know, Africa officially commenced trading under the Africa Continental Free Trade Area Agreement on 1st January 2021. I would further like to take this opportunity to encourage all actors, especially from the private sectors in both of our two countries to leverage this development.” Read More.