FORBES — Reflections From Rwanda: Investing In One of the World’s Fastest-Growing Economies

by Willy Foote

February 23, 2015

An estimated 75 percent of Rwanda’s 12 million people live in rural areas, and a majority of them are subsistence farmers. These hardworking men and women cultivate small plots of land to meet their own food needs and, when possible, sell surpluses to earn income. For them and for their country, most opportunities for a better future originate in the soil.

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