A big textile company in China, Jiangyin BoaRui textile has signed a partnership deal with Rwanda Apparel Manufacturing group. The China textile company will be manufacturing fabrics and finished clothes in the East African country, in order to cut down the importation of expensive clothes from other countries.

The new deal will equally bring Chinese textile expertise to provide new technologies and capacity building to Rwandans.
“This is a great milestone for our sector. We have been facing the challenge of inadequate fabrics and importing finished clothes from different countries but now this will be done locally,” said Dianne Mukasahaha, Chairperson of the AMG Company.

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