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Rwanda’s SEZ program is designed to address some of the domestic private sector constraints such as availability of industrial and commercial land, availability and the cost of energy, limited transport linkages, market access and reduced bureaucracy and availability of skills. Designated, serviced land is provided for small and large scale industrial development, as well as reliable, quality infrastructure, competitive fiscal and non-fiscal regulations and streamlined administration procedures.
In 2010, the SEZ regulatory framework was developed into the SEZ policy and in the year 2011, the Special Economic Zones of Rwanda Law was enacted. This law spells out all the guidelines for SEZs to operate, the structures and the roles of key players.