Rwanda, Turkey seek to strengthen trade ties

Rwanda and Turkey have been partnering in trade and investment with the total investment of Turkish companies in Rwanda standing at $383 million. Both countries look to strengthen these relations by increasing investment and improving bilateral trade. Isa Dal, Representative of Turkish Exporters Assembly joins CNBC Africa to talk about Turkish investment and trade with Rwanda.

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