Mauritians and Chinese are leading investors in terms of foreign private capital inflows in Rwanda in 2017, said a survey of the Rwandan central bank released here on Monday.
Mauritian investors ranked the top, whose investments accounted for 25.8 percent of the total foreign private capital in Rwanda in 2017, said the foreign private capital survey.
The total investment of Mauritian investors stood at 117 million U.S. dollars in 2017, which are mainly invested in tourism, energy and manufacturing, said the survey.
Chinese investors in second position constituted 18.4 percent of foreign capital inflows with investments worth 83 million dollars mainly in manufacturing, it said.
India came in the third with 31 million dollars of investment mainly in information and communication technology, according to the report.
Foreign investments created about 66,000 jobs in 2017 compared to 56,000 jobs in 2016, according to the survey.