Aug 31, 2015

High interest rates likely to persist as banks call for patience - The New Times | Rwanda

Chief executives of commercial banks who attended last week's reading of the monetary policy and financial stability statement strongly defended the high interest rates on credit and asked borrowers to appreciate that Rwanda's rates are the lowest and most stable in East Africa.

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