Rwanda: Gap Still Deep Between ICT and Agriculture
July 25, 2013 Editor 0
[Focus]Mariyana Mukamunana, who sells vegetables at Biryogo market, says she has no source of information to set her prices, apart from what other vendors are selling similar wares for. “I have no information on how to sell; I set the price according to what I spent buying the vegetables and other expenses,” she explains.
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