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Rwanda Economic Update, February 2016 : Rwanda at Work

LIVING STANDARDS FORECASTS JOBS TOTAL REVENUE EMPLOYMENT MONETARY POLICY STOCK PRICES REGULATORY FRAMEWORK UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION PRODUCTION PRICE INCREASES PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AGGREGATE GROWTH LAGS SKILLED WORKERS EMPLOYMENT SHARE INFORMAL SECTOR PRODUCTION RATES DEFLATION DISPOSABLE INCOME INCOME INTEREST AGED WORKERS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES INTEREST RATE REAL GDP EXCHANGE MACROECONOMIC POLICY LABOR FORCE EXPORTS JOB GENERATION FISCAL POLICY JOB BONDS INCENTIVES VARIABLES LABOR STATISTICS MOV INPUTS RETAIL TRADE PAYMENTS CENTRAL BANKS PRODUCTIVITY INCREASE FREE TRADE INFLATION EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES TRENDS ECONOMIC OUTLOOK MALE WORKERS DEVELOPMENT MACROECONOMIC STABILITY LABOR MARKET TRADE BALANCE TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY SKILLED” WORKERS DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS EXPORT GROWTH WORKER RENT EXCHANGE RATES MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY PRODUCTIVITY ECONOMETRICS INTEREST RATES LABOR PRODUCTIVITY NON-FARM EMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYED OLDER WORKERS DEBT WTO INFLATION RATE HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS SELF EMPLOYMENT BUDGET DEFICITS INCOME LEVELS LABOR TAX REVENUES TOTAL EMPLOYMENT UTILITY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT EARNINGS GROWTH TRADE POLICIES SKILLED WORKER TAXES UNEMPLOYMENT CONSUMPTION GROSS FIXED CAPITAL FORMATION OPPORTUNITY COST WORKERS ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE CAPITAL YOUNG WORKERS WAGES EMPLOYMENT SITUATION DEFLATORS INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE FINANCIAL CRISIS HOUSEHOLD ENTERPRISE VALUE COMPETITIVENESS FAMILY LABOR CREDIT TREASURY BILLS MACROECONOMICS TRADE DEFICIT PURCHASING POWER DEMAND OCCUPATIONS NATIONAL INCOME OCCUPATION INCOME DISTRIBUTION ECONOMY AGRICULTURE JOB CREATION PRIVATE SECTOR EARNING ECONOMIC THEORY REAL GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT WAGE SECTOR SKILLED LABOR MANAGEMENT INFLATION RATES TAXATION TRADE GOVERNMENT BONDS GDP GOODS THEORY GROWTH RATE INVESTMENT CAPITAL LABOR RATIO DECENTRALIZATION GINI COEFFICIENT HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION REVENUE EMPLOYMENT DYNAMICS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX LENDING UNSKILLED WORKERS PRIMARY EDUCATION GDP DEFLATOR OUTCOMES FINANCIAL SECTOR EDUCATIONAL LEVEL WAGE EMPLOYMENT PRICES GROWTH PROJECTIONS NON-FARM SECTOR LABOR REALLOCATION DEVELOPMENT POLICY EMPLOYEES
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World Bank, Kigali
Africa | Rwanda
2016-04-07T18:11:21Z | 2016-04-07T18:11:21Z | 2016-02

Rwanda’s growth rates during the past few years exceeded the growth rates of developing countries, except for in 2013 when Rwanda’s growth decelerated to 4.7 percent. Among the 181 economies where 2014 gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate data is available, Rwanda’s growth rate of 7.0 percent is more than twice as high as the average of the 181 economies (3.2 percent), and is ranked 20th globally. Going forward, Rwanda’s growth rates are projected to exceed global growth rates in 2015-2017. This edition focuses on jobs in particular the employment dynamics of the past decade.

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