In the fourth quarter of 2019, GDP at current market prices was estimated to be Frw 2,290 billion, up from Frw 2,130 billion in Q4 2018. In this quarter, services sector contributed 49 percent of GDP, agriculture sector contributed 25 percent of the GDP, Industry sector contributed 17 percent of the GDP and 9 percent was attributed to adjustment for taxes and subsidies on products.
In the third quarter of 2019, GDP at current market prices was estimated to be Frw 2,358 billion, up from Frw 2,065 billion in Q3 2018. In this quarter, estimates calculated in 2014 prices show that GDP was 11.9 percent higher compared to the same quarter of 2018.
In the secondquarter (April – June) of 2018, Rwanda economy expanded by 6.7%. Within sector: Agriculture grew by 6%, Industry by 10% while services grew by 5%.
Rwanda's gross domestic product (GDP) rose by 10.6 percent in the first quarter of 2018 compared with the same quarter of 2017.
The nominal GDP in the second quarter totalled 1,985 billion Rwandan Francs (Frw), up from Frw 1,816 billion in Q1 2017.
Activities in the industry sector increased by 7 percent. Manufacturing activities increased by 7 percent boosted by food processing activities which increased by 9 percent and Textiles, clothing & leather goods activities which grew by 24 percent. Construction activities increased by 8 percent.