Asian Giant Prepares for Business Expansion on African Continent – The New Times
Rwanda’s leading daily newspaper, The New Times, sold out of its Sunday edition yesterday after reporting that QNET has opened its new Central and East African regional office in Rwanda, wow! The story also tops the popular stories list on the Newspaper’s website.
The paper reported that QNET, the “Asian giant that is preparing for business expansion on the African continent has opened a new affiliate, QNET East Africa Ltd. and a new regional office in Rwanda.”
QNET Project Manager Lordever Digan told the paper “We chose to establish our first African office in Rwanda because the country offers a business-friendly environment, sound infrastructure, and reliable IT platform.”
“I have been very impressed with the entrepreneurial spirit of the people here, and I can see a bright future for QNET in Rwanda and East Africa.”
QNET senior executives have been in close contact during the past year with Rwandan government officials, as the company prepared to establish an official corporate entity in East Africa.
“On behalf of QNET, I want to thank the Rwanda Development Board, which was extremely helpful and informative during the incorporation process,” said QNET Senior Legal Officer Timothy Harney in the story.
“We’ve also consulted with officers from the Ministry of Health and revenue authorities to assure that QNET East Africa’s operations comply with all Rwandan regulations.”
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