The economic history of the Rwandese Republic (Rwanda)

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Death of the Akagera National Park, Rwanda—Is Zaire's Virunga National Park Next?
From E_WOLANSKI@AIMS.GOV.AU, 5 January 1995. In the midst of almost infinite human suffering in Rwanda, the plight of the last of Rwanda's wildlife has been forgotten.
La rareté de la terre menace la paix sociale au Rwanda
By Ferdinand Bigumandondéra, Panafrican News Agency, 3 November 2000. Rwanda—L'accès à la terre devient chaque jour plus difficile pour des raisons liées à l'exiguïté du territoire, à la croissance démographique galopante, à la présence d'un nombre important de sans terres, à l'emprise croissante des élites urbaines sur les terres et à la nature morphologique même du pays.
Tea Firms to be Privatised
By W. Wakabi, The East African (Nairobi), 30 July 2001. The state will divest its interests from the sector to allow private investors to rehabilitate the dilapidated estates and restore production to pre-1994 genocide levels. Experts said that with the use of fertilisers and the injection of more capital, most of the factories should be able to reach twice their current production.