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Trade and Business in Burundi, Bujumbura


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Syllabus of the Subject: Foreign Trade and Business in Burundi. Bujumbura

  1. Introduction to the Republic of Burundi (Central Africa)
  2. Doing Business in Bujumbura
  3. Burundian Economy
  4. International Trade (Import, Export) of Burundi
  5. Business and Investment Opportunities in Burundi
    1. Infrastructure and logistics
    2. Agriculture
    3. Tourism
    4. Mining sector
    5. Food and beverages
    6. Industry and Manufacture
    7. Energy
    8. Financial Services
    9. Health
    10. Information and communication technologies (ICT)
    11. Real Estate
  6. Case Study: Inter Cafe Burundi
  7. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Burundi
    1. Burundi Investment Promotion Authority (API)
  8. Access to the Burundian Market
  9. Business Plan for Burundi

The objectives of the subject “Foreign Trade and Business in Burundi” are the following:

  1. To analyse the Burundian Economy and Foreign Trade (Import, Export, FDI)
  2. To know the business opportunities in Burundi
  3. To explore the Burundian trade relations with the country of the student
  4. To know the Burundian Free Trade Agreements
  5. To develop a business plan for the Burundian Market

Sample - Foreign Trade and Business in Burundi:
International Trade and Business in Burundi

The Subject “Foreign Trade and Business in Burundi” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade
  2. Masters: Business in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade
  3. Courses: Business in East Africa, Central Africa

African Student, Master / Doctorate International Business

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  1. Credits of the subject “Foreign Trade and Business in Burundi”: 1 ECTS Credits
  2. Duration: one week

Online Diploma: Business in Central Africa

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Description: Foreign Trade and Business in Burundi.

Burundi: a cobalt, copper, and coffee exporter. Landlocked country.
One of the ten poorest countries in the World.

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Transport and Logistics in Burundi

  1. Trans-African corridors
    1. Central Corridor
    2. Northern Corridor
  2. Nearest Ports
    1. Port of Mombasa (Kenya)
    2. Port of Dar es-Salaam (Tanzania, Rail transport)

African Northern Corridor (Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, and Uganda) Road Transport Course Master

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East African Community (EAC), Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Sudan, and Burundi

Online Education (Courses, Masters, Doctorates): Trade Facilitation Programs. TFA Agreement

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The Republic of Burundi

Burundi is located in Central Africa and is one of the ten poorest countries in the World.

  1. Area of Burundi: 27,834 square kilometres
  2. Burundian population: 11 million people
    1. Bantu
  3. The official languages of Burundi are Kirundi (97% of Burundian population), French (10%) and English (since 2014)
  4. Capital of Burundi: Bujumbura (340,000)
  5. Other largest cities: Gitega, Muyinga, Ngozi
  6. Burundian Independence: 1962 (Belgium)
  7. Burundian Government: Presidential representative democratic Republic
  8. Neighbours countries of the Republic of Burundi: Rwanda, Tanzania, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo

More information about Burundi (EENI African Portal).

Religions in Burundi:

  1. Christianity (Catholicism: 3.9 million)
  2. African Traditional Religions

Burundi belongs to the Central African Economic Area and the East African Economic Area (African Civilisation).

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COMESA Custom Union

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Burundian Economy:

  1. The Agricultural sector of the Republic of Burundi remains the pillar of the Burundian economy.
  2. The main cash crops of Burundi (tea and coffee) are the main drivers of the economic growth and make up a significant proportion of the Burundian exports
  3. The Burundian Coffee production achieved 31,000 tonnes. The increase was due to the favourable response from the farmers after the “Office du café du Burundi” augmented the price it pays to the farmers by 44%.
  4. Burundian GDP growth: 4.6%
  5. Agriculture: 27% of the GDP. 60% of the Burundian exports
  6. Public services: 25% of the GDP
  7. Burundian Manufacturing: 12%
  8. Burundian inflation: 7.8%
  9. Main natural resources of Burundi are cobalt and copper
  10. Top exports of Burundi are coffee and sugar
  11. Small industries subsist excluding the agricultural export processing
  12. Petroleum, nickel, copper, and other natural resources are explored

Body responsible for attracting the FDI: Burundi Investment Promotion Authority (API).

COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Agreement, Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya, Malawi...

Economic Community of the Great Lakes Region: Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and Rwanda

East African Community (EAC) Customs Union

Nile Basin Initiative (Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania)

United States-East African Community (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi) Free Trade Agreement (FTA)


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