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An irresistible country with an exceptional climate and openhearted people, Rwanda is setting an example to the whole Africa. The steady and enthusiastic government has made great development over the past decade and made Rwanda perhaps the safest place in Africa today. Rwanda has made momentous evolution over the past decade. It has established a stable government, secured peace and safety in its territory, and begun restoring and reforming the economy. Without doubt, Rwanda’s strategic location offers the opportunity of a commercial hub to the East and Central African regions. Its economy is still virgin both in terms of industrialization, foreign investor participation and commercial engagement. Thus immense opportunities still exist across all sectors and are complemented by an attractive investment climate with low inflation, zero tolerance on corruption and remarkable peace and security. July 4 is a day of mixed emotions for Rwandans. Not only is it Independence Day in this country, but it also is Liberation Day - a time to remember being liberated from the depth of mass murder and the conclusion of the official mourning period for the more than 1 million innocent men, women and children murdered during the 1994 genocide.
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