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Rwanda economic update : tackling stunting - an unfinished agenda (English)

Rwanda's economy rebounded in the second half of 2017. The rebound, driven by improved exportperformance and revitalized agriculture, pushed annual growth to 6.1 percent and led to upwardrevisions of the growth projections for 2018 and 2019. However, although growth is currently recovering and is more balanced, it will most likely continue to be below the high rates achieved during the 2013–15 investment push.

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  • Document Date

    2018/06/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper (Numbered Series)

  • Report Number

    127256

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Rwanda,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/06/15

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Rwanda economic update : tackling stunting - an unfinished agenda

  • Keywords

    information and communication technology; trade and investment; nominal effective exchange rate; Public and Publicly Guaranteed; fiscal policy development; per capita income growth; collapse of commodity prices; real effective exchange rate; access to health service; current account deficit; Foreign Exchange Reserve; balance of payment; central government finance; regional economic growth; official foreign exchange; medium-term macroeconomic projections; food price inflation; errors and omission; financed capital expenditure; Financial Management System; community health worker; competitive exchange rate; gross domestic product; scaling up nutrition; agriculture and service; global economic recovery; oil price collapse; south african rand; human capital development; foreign direct investment; high growth rate; private investment rate; import of service; consumer price index; domestic revenue mobilization; public sector debt; lower educational attainment; risk of debt; mobile phone subscriber; tier 1 capital; central government debt; access to water; investments in agriculture; private sector credit; basel core principles; involvement of parents; wealth quintile; capital spending; Financial Sector; deposit rate; trading partner; industrial growth; credit condition; mobile money; net lending; monetary policy; inflationary pressure; rural area; poor household; private consumption; external imbalance; investment climate; international reserve; real gdp; food crop; lending rate; goods export; money supply; rwandan franc; public debt; bank lending; financial inclusion; core inflation; geopolitical tension; external position; financing need; financial product; rural food; lifetime earnings; brain development; tax revenue; mobile banking; nonperforming loan; environmental health; debt service; agricultural season; medium-term outlook; financial service; domestic investment; global growth; financial market; protectionist sentiment; global economy; commodity exporter; output growth; advanced economy; food production; external demand; fiscal deficit; export crop; credit growth; investment demand; chronic malnutrition; weather condition; heavy reliance; International Trade; administrative measure; agricultural product; business environment; import value; export value; capital good; cocoa price; support crop; mineral export; export volume; global context; large-scale infrastructure; financing program; portfolio investment; Financing programmes; domestic consumption; food import; Exchange Rates; capital inflow; civil society; global trade; Travel Services; Capital Inflows; transport service; adjustment program; energy import; long-term growth; market participant; long-term borrowing; consumer goods; health reform; innovative performance; oil producer; impact intervention; oil exporter; microfinance institution; policy stance; border transaction; consumption basket; socioeconomic conditions; political will; live birth; inflation rate; repo rate; Maternal Mortality; phone subscribers; Bank Credit; feeding practice; cognitive development; urban food; delayed childbearing; fertility rate; liquid asset; prudential regulation; acute malnutrition; paradigm shift; import growth; capital account; goods trade; income account; trade deficit; Maternal Health; net export; agricultural output; government effort; insurance sector; insurance business; credit concentration; government consumption; investment growth; license procedure; Banking Law; administrative service; nutritional need; environmental signals; budget increase; total debt; demand management; domestic debt; sanitation facility; net debt; domestic arrears; external grant; vicious cycle; cash basis; fiscal consolidation; budget framework; complementary feeding; intergenerational transmission; foreign source; petroleum reserve; dietary diversity; micronutrient deficiency; global recovery; external balance; Investment priorities; investment priority; historical data; tax policy; crop land

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Rwanda economic update : tackling stunting - an unfinished agenda (English). Rwanda economic update,no. 12 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/360651529100512847/Rwanda-economic-update-tackling-stunting-an-unfinished-agenda